We Haitians have lived Cuba's dignified solidarity like the other peoples in the world. Thanks to the presence of its professionals we could deal with natural disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes, cholera, among others, said Saint Jean, who graduated in Cuba.
'Therefore, we join the efforts made by the other peoples in the world to ask President Donald Trump and his government to end the blockade against Cuba,' he stressed.
He added that Washington's hostile policy affects Cuba's development and limits the mobilization of resources and equipment to boost the national industry.
'Because today against this pandemic we have seen how Cuba has offered that solidarity,' he noted in reference to 14 specialized medical brigades that are currently fighting Covid-19 in Venezuela, Nicaragua, Suriname, Belize, Jamaica, Grenada, Italy, Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Lucia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Dominica, Andorra, Barbados and Haiti.
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