Havana - President Miguel Diaz-Canel says that no one will be able to erase the trail of love left by Cuba in Bolivia and Ecuador.
“Their legacy leaves an unforgettable stamp of dedication, human solidarity, saved lives, grateful patients and eternal affection,” twitted the Cuban head of State on the occasion of the return of members of the island’s medical missions in those South America nations.
Diaz-Canel added that the peoples would be the ones who will judge those who deprive them of health services and who bow to the failed intentions of the empire in discrediting the work of love and solidarity of the Cuban medical missions.
“Welcome home, dear compatriots of the Cuban Medical Brigade. You honor your profession and exalt human solidarity. You are Cuba,” he wrote.
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The International Film and Television School (EICTV) in San Antonio de los Baños begins 2020 with a new course, the intensive screenwriting workshop for film, television and the Internet entitled "Screenwriters of the 21st Century"; to be held from February 17 to March 6.Read More
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