During a tour of the tunnels of Cu Chi Morales, Ojeda recalled the historic feat of the Vietnamese militias. Author: @DrRobertoMOjeda/Twitter
Hanoi, May 1st. — On the second day of their stay in the southern part of Ho Chi Minh City, the delegation of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC), led by its organizational secretary Roberto Morales Ojeda, spent a productive day in Vietnam. a fruitful meeting was with a member of the Politburo, secretary of the provincial committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam in this metropolis, Nguyen Van Nen.
During the exchange, the historical bonds of friendship and solidarity that unite both peoples were mentioned, and especially the figure of the historical leader of the Cuban revolution, commander-in-chief Fidel Castro.
Morales and his entourage also visited the Coop Mary Market and the Smart N Green Joint Stock Company Farm, which, as he pointed out on his Twitter account, “show us how much more we can do in Cuba,” according to Prensa Latina. .
He added that one of the experiences we will take away from this visit is the party’s role in strengthening economic development, the leader of the Cuban party confirmed.
The delegation also made it to the Cu Chi Tunnels, where members were impressed by a piece “exalting the genius and heroism of the Vietnamese people in the struggle for their liberation and victory over Yankee imperialism,” the member also noted. Politburo PKK.
The legendary Cu Chi Tunnels were dug with primitive tools by the militia of what was once Saigon between 1946 and 1968.
The gallery system, which by 1965 had reached some 200 kilometers in length and another 500 trenches, was built methodically and scientifically and is three stories deep, divided into sections according to their function.
The tunnels also have an emergency exit across the Saigon River and a secret ground-level ventilation system.
Morales Ojeda and his companions arrived in Ho Chi Minh City from Laos the day before and began the program of activities there with an emotional meeting with solidarity organizations in Vietnam, especially the Antillean people.
In this regard, a senior Cuban leader noted that “affection and support for our island are moving, which at the same time is mutual, because for the sake of Vietnam we are still ready to give our blood.”
The visit of the PKK delegation to this country of Indochina is the third and final stage of the tour to the socialist countries of Asia, which began on April 23 and previously included China and Laos.
The tour is considered an opportunity to continue to promote political dialogue at the highest level and at the same time promote the development of economic, trade, financial and cooperative relations with these three countries.
Source: Juventud Rebelde