Havana, Tuesday 18 de September de 2018 05:08 pm

Diaz-Canel Attends Meeting of Solidarity with The Five

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HAVANA, Cuba, Sept 13 (acn) A meeting of solidarity with the five Cuban antiterrorists unfairly condemned in the United States was held on Friday in this capital in the presence of Miguel Diaz-Canel, member of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party and First Vice-president of the councils of State and Ministers.

At the steps of the University of Havana, Fernando Gonzalez, Hero of the Republic of Cuba, conveyed a message of gratitude to participants in the 10th International Colloquium for the Freedom of The Five and against Terrorism, which wound up on Friday.
The attendance of over 300 delegates of 49 countries is an expression of the strength, maturity and growth of the work carried out throughout the world to bring Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labañino and Antonio Guerrero back home, who are still in prison, added Fernando, one of The Five who along with Rene Gonzalez is already in Cuba after serving their sentences.
Fernando, also vice-president of the Cuban Institute for Friendship with the Peoples, pointed out that the Colloquium was part of an international solidarity campaign that began on September 4 and will close on October 6.
Participating in the gathering were representatives of Cuban contemporary art, like singer-songwriter Adrian Berazain, pianist Rodrigo Garcia, and the children's theater group La Colmenita, in addition to Cuba's National Choir, singer-songwriter Vicente Feliu, the Septeto Habanero (Havana Septet), Cuba's National Ballet Company, and Yoruba Andabo.
Jose Ramon Balaguer, head of the Department of International Relations of the CC of the PCC and leaders of political and mass organizations also attended the meeting, in which relatives of The Five and victims of Terrorism also took part.

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