Artemisa, Cuba - The Latin American and Caribbean Brigade of solidarity with Cuba in its twenty-sixth edition paid tribute to the heroes in the Mausoleum of the Martyrs of Artemisa.
On this occasion the group was made up of more than 100 members from nine countries such as Haití, Colombia, Perú, Panamá, México, Martinique, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and El Salvador.
During their visit they toured the historical monument in which they received a brief summary of the different stages of struggle of the Cuban people and made an exchange with the authorities of the territory.
Yoan Molina Blanco vice president of the Provincial Assembly of the Popular Power in the capital city thanked the support they provide to the Cuban Revolution, because today more than ever, Latin American and Caribbean unity is necessary for the continuity of socialism.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
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