Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel sent fraternal hugs to the participants of the VI Regional Meeting of Cubans living in Latin America and the Caribbean. Author: PL
Havana, 16 June. – Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba and President of the Republic of Cuba, fraternally embraced the participants of the VI Regional Conference of Cubans living in Latin America. and the Caribbean, which meets in Venezuela until next Sunday.
Through his Twitter account, the Head of State expressed his wish that the meeting that began today would serve as a platform for constant meetings and rapprochement with the country.
Our fraternal embrace to the participants of the VI Regional Meeting of Cuban Latin Americans and the Caribbean, which is taking place in La Guaira, Venezuela. Serve this space of reunification and constant rapprochement with the Motherland. #TogetherXCuba we are building the future.
— Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez (@DiazCanelB) June 16, 2023
The meeting will be held in person and virtual format with Cubans living in Venezuela, Brazil, Colombia, Nicaragua, Mexico, Guatemala, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, Panama, Dominican Republic, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Bolivia, Argentina, Jamaica, Haiti and Ecuador .
Under the motto “Building Bridges for Growth”, delegates will discuss the actions taken over the past two years in defense of Cuba, its sovereignty and the strengthening of the US siege under the current circumstances.
The meeting will adopt a final declaration and present an action plan to be used as a guideline for the work of associations in the region until 2025.
The VI Regional Assembly is organized by the Association of Cubans and Cubans Living in Venezuela, a project that arose from the idea of the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro (1926-2016), to work in union with the nation and its emigration.
The VI regional meeting is organized by the Association of Cubans and Cubans living in Venezuela. PHOTO: Latin press
Source: Juventud Rebelde