HAVANA, Cuba, Jan 10 (ACN) We have come to Venezuela, to personally bring Cuba's solidarity with President Nicolas Maduro Moros, democratically elected by his people, said Miguel Diaz-Canel, President of the Councils of State and Ministers, in Twitter.
The Cuban president has been on Venezuelan soil since yesterday to attend the inauguration of Bolivarian President Nicolás Maduro, which will take place this Thursday after more than 60 percent of Venezuelans gave him their support at the polls on May 20, 2018.
Díaz-Canel added in another tweet: "We are next to Maduro because, as we have said, it is not possible to underestimate the great deployment of resources by our historical adversaries to prevent progressive and popular forces from remaining in government.
The Cuban President held a meeting with other dignitaries, including Evo Morales of Bolivia, Salvador Sánchez Cerén of El Salvador, and Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela, and in this regard he wrote: Brothers in struggle, brothers of dreams. United in favor of Latin American and Caribbean integration.
Supporting President Maduro, the civic-military union and the Venezuelan people.
Once again in Venezuela, with our brothers of struggles and dreams for the dignity of the peoples. The ALBA-TCP with the brother they attack. It is time for the recount and for the united march, he said in another tweet.
Nicolás Maduro's inauguration will take place in the Supreme Court of Justice, and leaders and representatives from various nations of the world have confirmed their attendance at the ceremony.