Cuba’s solidarity and altruism recognized in Switzerland

Bern, Sep 15 (Prensa Latina) The Cuba-Switzerland Solidarity Association on Thursday highlighted the altruistic vocation of the island and its Revolution, expressed in decades of aid to other peoples in several sectors, among them health.

Michel Fleury, president of the Vaud section of the Association, told Prensa Latina that Cuba’s solidarity was one of the main issues of the recently Third Romanian Day of Cuba-Switzerland Friendship.

Philippe Stroot, a member of the national coordinating committee of the Association, addressed during the forum Cuba’s altruistic vision in a keynote speech entitled “Cuba shares what it has and does not share what it has left over.”

According to Stroot, an example and a symbol of solidarity are the doctors who have assisted for decades other peoples, a free and unconditional aid experienced by many poor peoples in Latin America and Africa.

The Third Romanda Day, the so-called French Switzerland, ratified the rejection in this country of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba for more than 60 years, a siege tightened amid the Covid-19 pandemic.


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