Wednesday, 09 August 2017 14:59

Labor Sing Shared with Latin American and Caribbean Activists

Written by István Ojeda Bello
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Work session of the 24th Latin American and Caribbean Voluntary Work and Solidarity with Cuba Brigade in sugarcane plantations Work session of the 24th Latin American and Caribbean Voluntary Work and Solidarity with Cuba Brigade in sugarcane plantations Photo: By the author

Las Tunas, Cuba.- "I am impressed by the warmth of the people and the strength that is seen everywhere. Many people have difficulties, but they still have that spirit of getting ahead, "said Sarai Abud López in the middle of the sugarcane fields of the Julio Díaz agricultural cooperative, in the municipality of Majibacoa.

The words of the young Mexican well could have been said by any of the 72 members of the 24th Latin American and Caribbean Voluntary Work and Solidarity with Cuba Brigade, who visited this eastern province during four days.
"It has been a very enriching, unforgettable experience. I take as the most pleasant memory the solidarity between people. You learn a lot from that spirit, "she said sitting on a furrow, where the canes that she had planted together with the workers of the cooperative will grow soon.
This work session was the culmination of the Brigade's busy agenda, which included historical and cultural tours, a meeting with members of the 16 de Octubre Community Project and a journey through health institutions of the provincial capital, specially the Mártires de Las Tunas pediatric hospital.
Like Sarai, the rest of the activists had never visited this territory, of which they bade farewell praising all the attentions given to them; while reaffirming their determination to continue the solidarity activism with the Cuban Revolution in their countries.

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