Cuban PM endorses Nicaragua’s support

Havana, July 20 (ACN) Manuel Marrero CruzThe Prime Minister of Cuba, endorsed the island’s support for Nicaragua, during an exchange of views with Cubans residing in that country and members of solidarity groups with the largest of the Antilles.

Via Twitter, the Prime Minister today thanked the touching words he received towards Cuba at the meeting, and emphasized that Nicaragua is an example of love for the country.

I appreciate the moving words you received towards our country. #Nicaragua is an example of patriotism and family love. We are citizens, we are brothers. We will remain united and support each other. Count on it! “


He also stressed that the members of the solidarity groups and the Cuban population expressed their gratitude to Cuba and expressed their appreciation for the opportunity to meet.

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In the same social network, the Cuban Embassy in Managua highlighted the warm demonstrations of love, commitment and support for the Cuban Revolution, which were appreciated in the exchange.

Marrero Cruz arrived in Nicaragua on Tuesday, heading a delegation from the largest of the Antilles that took part in the central event to celebrate the 43rd anniversary of the victory of the Sandinista Revolution.

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β€œOn behalf of the Cuban people and government, I conveyed my congratulations to the heroic people of Nicaragua on the 43rd anniversary of the victory of the Sandinista Popular Revolution. The Cuban Prime Minister said today that our nations are united by the spirit of struggle and love for independence.

The agenda of the island’s delegation in Managua also included an exchange of views with members of the Cuban State Mission in Nicaragua.

Another message from Marrero Cruz on Twitter indicates that diplomats there endorsed their support for the homeland, discussed experiences in developing their work, and modernizing the administration of the Cuban government.

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