The president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, alluded today from Nicaragua to the health preparation and vaccination campaigns in the Caribbean country to face the new variants of SARS-CoV-2.
During a meeting with Cubans residing in the Central American nation, the president also mentioned the export of formulations created by scientists from the largest of the Antilles and the measures recently applied such as the opening of the school year and international borders.
In the opinion of the Head of State, “at this time we do not have a situation that determines the closure of the country again, the economy or increasing the number of isolation centers because we know how to control the disease with home entry and the actions implemented,” he said.
Díaz-Canel recalled the application of 243 aggressive measures against Cuba by the United States government and reported that, in the midst of the current global epidemiological crisis, the current Joe Biden administration promoted an attempt at destabilization on July 11 last.
The purpose, he acknowledged, was the fall of the Revolution, from manipulative tools on social networks and a campaign of hate and slander to fracture the family, recipes for soft blows also applied in Nicaragua and Venezuela.
The Cubans residing in the Central American territory reiterated their defense of the homeland of peace and prosperity and the construction of a triumphant process, despite the obstacles imposed by the North American government, especially the economic, commercial and financial blockade.
The objective of Díaz-Canel’s visit is to participate in the inauguration ceremony of President Daniel Ortega and Vice President Rosario Murillo, re-elected in the general elections of November 7 last.
The Cuban delegation also includes Luis Alberto Rodríguez López-Callejas, advisor to the president; Gustavo Véliz Olivares, ambassador and director of Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean of the Foreign Ministry; Jorge Luis Mayo Fernández, Ambassador of Havana in Managua, among other executives and officials.