In the face of the limitations of the new times, the Caribbean nation is successfully preventing and combating the consequences of the rapid rate of infections due to the pandemic, the minister underlined in a message sent to his Cuban counterpart Alvaro Lopez Miera.
The letter was sent on to the commemoration this July 26 of the 68th anniversary of the assaults on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes barracks in the eastern part of the country, which were among the relevant events that led to the triumph of the Cuban Revolution on January 1, 1959.
The anniversary is a propitious occasion to exalt the epic of that bunch of intrepid and brave fighters who, with bravery and determination, did not give up in the face of all kinds of adversities so that freedom, peace and social progress could triumph, the Angolan general said.
According to him, the Cuban Revolution and its security and defense corps, in particular, have been an example of constant overcoming, given the unpredictability and vulnerability prevailing in the international political scenario.
The letter, disclosed by the Angolan press agency (Angop), also reaffirms the wish to strengthen and consolidate cooperation with the Ministry of the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces.