Río de Janeiro, October 21 (RHC)-- Delegates to the First Meeting of Cuban Residents in Latin American and Caribbean Countries, held in Rio de Janeiro over the weekend, approved an Action Plan for the liberation of the Five, the fight against the US blockade of the Island and the Defense of the Image of their country.
Following two days of meetings, the one hundred participants agreed to reinforce actions for the liberation of Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labañino, Antonio Guerrero and Fernando González who were wrongfully convicted for just monitoring violent actions and armed attacks against Cuba by CIA-led terror groups based in Miami.
The meeting in Rio de Janeiro also demanded the immediate end to the economic, commercial and financial blockade of Cuba by the United States.
The delegates agreed to strengthen ties with Cuban movements in the area and to support regional integration in organizations like the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States,CELAC and also with the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas, ALBA, in its Spanish acronym.
Both CELAC and ALBA nations as well as fostering mutually productive cultural, industrial, and trade activities between its member nations.
The delegates agreed to sponsor activities aimed at affording peoples in the area a better knowledge of Cuba, its people, its land, its economic, political, cultural, scientific and sports achievements and Cuba's vocation to promote solidarity among peoples and nations in the area.
The second Regional Meeting in Nicaragua.
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