Sao Paulo, Brazil, Aug. 9 – Members of the Union of Professional Journalists of Sao Paulo described as exemplary Cuba’s solidarity policy with other nations.In statements to Prensa Latina, affiliate Ines Amarantes recalled that during his stay in Timor Leste she could see how the island’s doctors worked tirelessly, away from their family and homeland, to raise health rates in that distant nation.
She stated that Cuba remains a leader for the people of Latin America and the Caribbean, while considering positive the updating of the economic, social, and political model in progress in the nation.
Journalist and writer Vilma Amaro said there are here many Brazilians who want the island, because it was always in solidarity with us.
Cuba is moving in favor of improving its social system, and said that in his presence, no one can make false statements about the Revolution.
Source: Prensa Latina