Radio26.Cu – Matanzas, Cuba


Matanzas embraces the Bolivarian Revolution.

Tamara Caridad Mesa González 10 septiembre, 2019

The certainty of always supporting the Venezuelan people in their just claim for peace and non-interference in their internal affairs became a repeated idea in the acts carried out this Monday in the western territory of Matanzas.

At the central meeting of the more than 200 planned, workers from the headquarters of the provincial Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) and the Government at the same instance expressed unrestricted support for the Bolivarian Revolution, Venezuela and its legitimate president, Nicolás Maduro Moors

In the presence of Liván Iizquierdo, first secretary of the PCC, and Tania León Silveira, president of the Provincial Assembly of the Popular (APPP), the participants gathered in the central Libertad Park, just where the monument to José Martí, the Cuban national hero.

The national anthems of Cuba and Venezuela marked the solemnity of an activity where a letter signed by millions of Venezuelan compatriots, addressed to the Secretary General of the United Nations Organization, Antonio Gutierres, was read.

In one of its parts, the letter expresses the right of Venezuelans to a full and peaceful life, without interference from the United States government in their internal affairs.

Alfredo La Rosa, secretary general of the Trade Union Bureau in the APPP, repudiated the aggressions of the United States against the homeland of the eternal Commander Hugo Chávez and questioned those who insist on ignoring the legitimacy of Nicolás Maduro as president, elected in elections under observation from prestigious international experts.

Before the national teachings of the countries of Cuba and Venezuela, the attendees stamped their signatures on some forms that synthesize the love of Cubans for the land of dear Chavez, “Cuba’s best friend,” as Fidel Castro Ruz, the leader, described it.


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