Bonds from Bluefields

Amistad-nica-1Through anecdotes, unforgettable photos, memories that still teaching and several expressions of solidarity, the Isle of Youth was in Bluefields, city of Nicaragua at the Sixth Congress of Cuban Friends Association (AAC) held in the Central American country.

 

The local territory was present in Nicaraguan city through unforgettable anecdotes, memories that still teaching and several expressions of solidarity at the heat of the Sixth Congress of Cuban Friends Association (AAC) held in that country

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Through anecdotes, unforgettable photos, memories that still teaching and several expressions of solidarity, the Isle of Youth was in Bluefields, city of Nicaragua at the Sixth Congress of Cuban Friends Association (AAC) held in the Central American country.

Some people that studied in this second Cuban island during the 80s and 90s of last century recalled their time in junior high schools and technology education, where many students became into professionals and serve to their country and the humanity.


The obstetrician Janette Marenco Chele shared her experiences and recalled her time of study first in this territory and later in Villa Clara, in whose School of Medicine she was graduated in 1996. She recalled with gratitude that despite material restrictions during the hard years of the so-called special period, the solidarity remained.

Similar gratitude expressed Denis Ruiz and Cesar Augusto Galeano, formed during this stage as a veterinarian and finance technician, respectively, as well as others, who reiterated that bonds and teachings born here will always remain in the memory of our people because they became strong above time and geographical distances.


From different districts of Nicaragua the former students along with their family attended to the call released by the AAC for this August.

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They shared with local authorities, the Cuban ambassador Eduardo Martinez, Edwin Castro, head of the Sandinista bank in Parliament, and health collaborators in the region. The Government functionary Ruben Lopez recalled the help of Cuba to the people of the South Atlantic Autonomous Region (RAAS) particularly in literacy, health care and housing construction, after a devastating hurricane in 1988..

The AAC members expressed their solidarity with Cuba, demanded the release of Cuban five imprisoned in the U.S. and demanded the end of the economic blockade imposed by the Empire to the Cuban people.

 

Traslation: Lien Fernández Sánchez

 

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