At a press conference, Betsy Díaz, MINCIN minister, thanked the donations that made possible to hand over to Cuban families amid the tightening of the economic, commercial and financial US blockade and the global coronavirus-caused crisis.
Betsy Díaz said that different products will be distributed such as rice, pasta, grains and sugar, oil, milk, wheat flour and canned meat and fish.
Cuba recently received two planes from Russia with more than 80 tons of food, medicine and medical supplies, while Mexico announced the sending of two ships with separate products, as well as Nicaragua and Bolivia.
These donations are part of an international campaign of solidarity with Cuba amid the difficult situation the Caribbean country is currently going through, which is opposed to the campaign of hatred and violence incitement triggered by the United States.
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