South Americans visiting Cuba express support for the Revolution

More than 200 people from Argentina, Brazil and Chile arrived in Cuba as part of the 23rd South American Voluntary Work Brigade, running January 24 through February 7, motivated by the desire to express solidarity and fraternity with the Cuban people.

Staying at the Julio Antonio Mella International Camp (CIJAM), located in the municipality of Caimito in the province of Artemisa, the brigadistas attended the Second International Conference “With All and for the Good of All”, dedicated to the life and thought of Cuba’s national hero, José Martí.

They also took part in the “March of the Torches”, organized by the Cuban youth in support of the Revolution, who march from the University of Havana’s grand stairway to the Fragua Martiana museum, on the eve of January 28, the anniversary of the birth of this independence hero.

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