Solidarity marks Cuban president's meeting in Mozambique

Edited by Ed Newman
2023-08-26 11:37:28


Maputo, August 26 (RHC)-- Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel today held talks with collaborators in Mozambique, representatives of solidarity movements and Cubans living in Mozambique..

In a meeting marked by feelings of love for the Caribbean nation, the president learned details of the work of more than 360 Cuban professionals serving in this country, mainly in the health sector.

Díaz-Canel has been on an official visit to Mozambique since yesterday, during which he held official talks with his counterpart, Filipe Jacinto Nyusi.

He was also received at the Assembly of the Republic, where he expressed his willingness to strengthen ties between the parliaments of both countries and thanked the Mozambican legislature for supporting the worldwide call for the lifting of the U.S. economic blockade against the island.

After the meeting, Díaz-Canel went to the Heroes' Square in the city of Maputo, where he laid a wreath on behalf of the Cuban people in homage to those who led the independence process in this nation and the construction of the new country once liberation was achieved.

Later, he arrived at the Marcelino dos Santos clinic, a center that remembers one of the founders of the Mozambique Liberation Front (Frelimo), and where both countries are carrying out a project for the specialized care of people with diabetes, which will soon begin to provide services.

Accompanied by Filipe Jacinto Nyusi, the Cuban President learned that several of the specialists who will work there are Cuban collaborators and others were trained in Cuba.

There, they will put into practice the experiences of the Caribbean nation's National Health System associated with the treatment of diabetes, including the use of the Cuban drug Herberprot-P.    (Source: Prensa Latina).


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