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RHC´s staff joins the “No More Trump” international campaign

RHC´s Director, Tania Hernandez, hands over the book of signature to Venezuelan Ambassador, Adan Chavez Frias.

RHC´s Director, Tania Hernandez, hands over the book of signature to Venezuelan Ambassador, Adan Chavez Frias.

Havana, September 5 (RHC)-- The staff of Cuba´s International Broadcaster Radio Havana Cuba (RHC) have joined the “No More Trump” campaign rejecting Washington´s destabilization policies in Latin America and expressing support to Venezuela in its fight against U.S. hostility.

On Wednesday, Radio Havana Cuba´s Director General, Tania Hernandez, handed over to Venezuela´s Ambassador to Cuba Adan Chávez Frías, a book with the signatures of the station´s personnel as a sign of their rejection of the economic blockade and other aggressions against the Bolivarian nation.

During the ceremony, Hernandez said that the signatures of journalists, broadcasters, program directors, computer specialists and general staff of RHC reaffirm their support and solidarity with the social project of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, and their total denunciation of the interference of other states in Venezuela´s internal affairs.

For his part, the Venezuelan ambassador thanked the gesture of brotherhood during the weekly program “Recordando al Amigo' (Remembering the Friend) that airs every Wednesday hosted by journalist Roberto Bastidas in RHC´s news magazine 'Cuba On Line'.

The “No More Trump” petition drive was launched on August 10th by President Nicolas Maduro, and its goal is to reach 10 million signatures. Once the target is met, it will be taken to the United Nations as a demonstration of the world's objection to the White House's hostile policies towards the Venezuelan people and the constitutional government of Nicolas Maduro.

RHC is Cuba´s only international radio station. It was founded 58 years ago by the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz (1926-2016). Since then it has been transmitting on short wave. As of May 1, 2014 its signal is also carried by local FM frequencies in several provinces on the island. It also streams its signal over the Internet.

Edited by Jorge Ruiz Miyares
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