Caracas, June 25 (Prensa Latina) The city of Cumana, in the state of Sucre, will host the 10th National Meeting of Mutual Solidarity between Venezuela and Cuba, to be held on September 20 and 21, the movement”s coordinator, Yhonny Garcia, announced Monday.
The call was made during the session of the Legislative Council of that Venezuelan demarcation where the Cuban ambassador in Caracas, Rogelio Polanco, participated as a guest, the representative of the solidarity organization told Prensa Latina.
Garcia also stressed that the meeting is intended to strengthen and deepen the historical brotherhood between the two nations, as well as ‘categorically and unitedly reject the blockade policy, sanctions and unilateral coercive measures pushed by the Donald Trump government against the people of Simon Bolivar and Jose Marti.
For his part, Polanco thanked the decision of the regional and municipal governments for the initiative, ‘where the legacy of independence and sovereignty of our people will be defended under the leadership of commanders Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez, strengthened with actions of unity, conscience and resistance.
In this regard, the mayor of Cumana, Javier Sifontes, said that the city will be honored to host the conclave of the Mutual Solidarity Movement Venezuela-Cuba.
‘The people of Cumana are grateful for all the support given by the Cuban Revolution for sending the best of their children to the most needy corners of Venezuelan geography to bring health and life to the Venezuelan people,’ said Sifontes.