Visitors learned about historical data of Washington’s aggressiveness against the Caribbean nation, and rejected the interference of that power in Cuban internal affairs.
In statements to local television, the caravanists recognized Cuba as an example and ratified their support to the socialist project.
The day before, activists arrived at the capital’s José Martí International Airport.
Upon their arrival, the director of that group, Gail Walker, affirmed that 75 visitors from 20 North American states joined the 31st edition of this initiative to show the good sentiment of the American people towards Cuba.
She pointed out that her companions have a special interest in knowing the achievements of this Antillean nation in the confrontation with the Covid-19 pandemic, amid the intensification of the economic, commercial and financial blockade and other U.S.aggressions.
During their stay until November 26, the members of Pastors for Peace will carry out an intense agenda in the provinces of Havana and Matanzas (western part of the country), which includes meetings with women’s organizations, workers, and tours of educational institutions, of historical and social interest.