Havana - The president of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel, today described as event of love, peace and solidarity, his meeting with members of the 30th Caravan Pastors for Peace.
A meeting between brothers, a fact of love, peace and solidarity, he wrote on his Twitter account @DiazCanelB.
The day before, Díaz-Canel received the caravanists from the United States, Canada and Mexico, headed by Gail Walker, daughter of the Reverend Lucius Walker, (1930-2010).
During the meeting, the Head of State expressed the gratitude of Cubans for the work of solidarity carried out by the Pastors for Peace.
For their part, visitors expressed their willingness to continue organizing their caravans of love and friendship in support to the largest of the Antilles.
The trip of the Pastors takes place in the middle of the worsening of the blockade by the Donald Trump administration on the largest of the Antilles, with the activation of Title III of the Helms Burton Act.
Recently, the executive director of the Interreligious Foundation for the Community Organization IFCO-Pastors for Peace, Gail Walker, called to continue actions for the cessation of the economic, commercial and financial siege of Washington against Havana.
The Pastors for Peace caravan travels to Cuba since 1992.
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