Camagüey, Oct 7 – Workers of the Ignacio Agramonte International Airport, in this city, commemorated today, in an act of revolutionary reaffirmation, the blowing up in mid-flight of a Cubana de Aviación, in which 41 years ago lost their lives the 73 people on board, considered one of the most bloody acts against the Caribbean island.
In this context were projected images that illustrated what lived in the flight CU-455, an audiovisual production from the University of Camagüey that showed evidence that involve multiple individuals of Cuban exiles in the United States, contrary to the Revolution and linked with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), in addition to the national and international repercussions of what happened on October 6, 1976.
Salvador Ladrón de Guevara, brother of the aviation technical Valentin Ladrón de Guevara, a victim of the attack, pointed out that in such dire circumstances the pilots they did everything possible to lead the plane to land. In addition, stressed that the incident was part of the actions of imperialism in its aims to curb and crush the struggle of the peoples in defense of their autonomy.
The Central American champion Hockey Yadira Valdivieso Red pondered the words of the Commander-in-Chief, Fidel Castro, who pointed out that these athletes will be eternal champions and their gold medals not lie at the bottom of the ocean, because they have ascended to the Olympus of the martyrs of the homeland.
Saido Dansó, Guinea Bissau, graduated from the University of Camagüey, Ignacio Agramonte Loynaz, noted that the crime of Barbados demonstrates the danger of State terrorism and reiterated the importance of international cooperation in the fight against that scourge , and demanded justice, because even confessed killers, including Luis Posada Carriles, have not been processed before the law.
During the conference, it became established in the air terminal the Solidarity Committee of struggle against the blockade and for the return of the territory occupied by the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay, and was called to the airport from Camaguey to multiply the truth about the Cuban Revolution, strengthen the teaching of history and demand the end of the economic siege.
In the act of condemnation of the crime of Barbados, the Ignacio Agramonte Airport workers denounced, in addition, the bacteriological warfare, the aggression of pirate boats, attacks and crimes that are financing the U.S. Government and the Cuban-American mafia based in Miami, facts that may not ever kill the ideas for freedom and honor that guide the struggle in the Greater one of the Antilles.(Cadena Agramonte)