Cubans living in Mexico send medicines to their compatriots

Mexico City, Oct 5 (Prensa Latina) The Jose Martí Association of Cuban residents in Mexico today sent 100 kilos of medicines to their compatriots on the island, paid for with their own efforts.

Members of the Promotora de Solidaridad Va Por Cuba, made up of Mexicans, contributed in solidarity to the collection and purchase of various medicines, probes, syringes, HIV tests and antibiotics.

In this way the Cuban residents comply with one of the agreements of their recent XI National Meeting in the city of Cordoba, Veracruz where they confirmed their inexorable commitment to defend the sovereignty and independence of Cuba wherever they are.

They also permanently condemned the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the government of the United States of America imposed six decades ago, intensified by the administration of Donald Trump, and maintained with that intensification under the presidency of Joe Biden, which violates international law.

The association once again recognized President Andrés Manuel López Obrador for his countless signs of friendship with Cuba and his permanent condemnation of the blockade, and in particular his participation in fighting the fire at the super tanker base in Matanzas, and now in helping in the recovery of the great damage caused by Hurricane Ian.


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