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Association of Cuban Residents in Ecuador promote unity and support

Association of Cuban Residents in Ecuador promote unity and support

Quito, Apr 1 (Prensa Latina) The Association of Cuban Residents in Ecuador (ACURE) increased its ranks by creating the headquarters in the Santo Domingo province, where the affiliates ratified their support for the people and the Government of Cuba.
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The group arose from the interest of Cuban citizens to promote the unity of their compatriots through cultural and recreational activities, commemorating events and helping each other.

The new members of the association elected their leadership and took advantage of the appointment to draw up the lines of work for the rest of the year and short- and medium-term actions.

‘We Cubans who live in Ecuador, but exist on the island, declare our love for the homeland, the land where we were born, our grandparents, parents and children, as well as the firmest condemnation and rejection of the criminal economic and commercial blockade and financial of the Government of the United States against [Cuba]’, they stated.

They also reiterated the demand that the government of the United States return to Cuba the territory illegally occupied by the Guantanamo Naval Base.

They also repudiated the pretense of subverting the internal order in the country.

‘Enough of economic blockades, illegal occupations, radio and television attacks, threats. The people of the island and its Revolution have demonstrated for more than 60 years that they will not give up, that they will not surrender,’ they emphasized.

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(taken from Correo de Cuba)

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