The 21st National Meeting of Solidarity with Cuba will take place in Guanajauato, Mexico on March 5 and 6, it was informed here today.
This was stated by the Mexican Movement of Solidarity with Cuba (MMSC) in a report that invites representatives and social and political organizations in the country to renew actions in support of the Caribbean nation.
It highlights that the revolutionary Cuba prioritized human development to eradicate illiteracy and achieve the highest rates of health and education in Latin America, despite the “economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States government.”
The Republic of Cuba has given the world its solidarity by supporting the liberation struggles in various parts of the world such as Africa and Central America, in addition to sending doctors, nurses, teachers, builders and professionals to contribute to the development of the peoples of the world, added the statement.
It also recalls the history of solidarity of the people of Mexico with Cuba, where Fidel Castro and other revolutionaries prepared the heroic deed that made the Cuban Revolution succeed on January 1959.