Diaz-Canel ended his visit to Belize with a meeting with collaborators

First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba and President of the Republic Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez ended his official visit to Belize this Sunday with a meeting with health workers working in the Central American country.

Through his Twitter profile, the president described the exchange as very good. “They know the realities of the country thoroughly, and their commitment to the people of Belize is as high as to our homeland,” he said.

They give and receive lessons every day, I felt proud listening to them, the head of state said regarding the 117 doctors and nurses who are part of the Antilles mission, PL reports.

Previously, Diaz-Canel spoke at a special session of the country’s National Assembly, where he said that they can count on Cuba “in the face of huge problems that will always face small states with great spirituality, such as ours.” of them.”

“The Caribbean, which unites us, also distinguishes us as peoples, small in territory and population, but big in spirit and generous in their embrace,” the president said.

He explained that more than a thousand Cubans have provided services in Belize since 1990, and some areas have also benefited from relationships such as construction, sports and culture.

The agenda of the Cuban President began this Sunday at noon with a dialogue with the country’s Governor General Froila Tsalam at the House of Culture in Belize City.

After that, he held official talks with Prime Minister John Bricegno, during which both sides agreed to strengthen economic, trade and cooperation ties and exchanged agreements adopted on the 8th. Caribbean Community Summit.

The cooperation relationship between Belize and Cuba is mainly focused on training and health to help meet the needs of this people.

Belize took advantage of a Cuban program called Operation Miracle by offering scholarships to young Cubans to improve their English.

Source: Juventud Rebelde


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