Díaz-Canel affirms in Argentina that the Cuban Revolution will not give up

Díaz-Canel affirms in Argentina that the Cuban Revolution will not give up
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24 January 2023
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The Cuban Revolution will never give up or allow itself to be intimidated by threats, Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel said Monday during a meeting with legislators and representatives of political, social, trade union and solidarity organizations in Argentina.

Our eternal gratitude to our brothers and sisters who support us in the face of the aggressions of the empire. We will continue to fight to win and to make the world a better place. For that we count on you, said the President in Buenos Aires.

Likewise, he affirmed that during the VII Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), scheduled for this Tuesday, he will defend regional integration, unity in diversity and the proclamation of the area as a Zone of Peace.

We will strongly denounce the blockade maintained by the U.S. government against Cuba, as well as the inclusion of the country in a list of alleged sponsors of terrorism, he said.

On the other hand, he emphasized that his nation is attending the meeting after assuming the presidency of the Group of 77 plus China.

Latin America is living a moment of hope because progressive and left-wing movements continue to consolidate. The Summit, the arrival of Gustavo Petro to the Government of Colombia and of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva to the Government of Brazil allow us to create a very interesting articulation. We must make the region the most emancipated and inclusive, he said.

Within the framework of CELAC, concrete actions must be proposed to overcome the imperialist logic. We have to emancipate ourselves with our own efforts, he added and stressed the need to achieve an active participation of the social movements and peoples of this mechanism.

Díaz-Canel pointed out that, the opprobrious Organization of American States, an accomplice of the United States, is being confronted from this platform.

The meeting was attended by members of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo Association, the Association of Argentine Graduates in Cuba, the Movement of Solidarity with the island, the Communist Party and the Argentine Workers' Central, among others, who expressed their gratitude for the example of that country and condemned the attacks of the U.S. governments against it.

During the meeting, the coordinator of the Continental Network of Solidarity with that Caribbean nation, Norberto Galiotti, proposed holding the first meeting of that entity next year in Cuba. (Source: Prensa Latina).

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