“Thank you very much, Heroes of Cuba. You all, as I have said several times, helped save the country. Honor them, honor us. #VamosConTodo (We go all out),” the president wrote on his Twitter account.
This honarary title acknowledges the hard work of Agustin Lage, Eduardo Martinez, Jose Luis Fernandez, Tania Combret, Luis Saturnino Herrera, Mitchel Josehp Valdes-Sosa, Raul Casero, Iran Millán, Maria Elvira Davila, Luis Paneque, Martha Zoe Lemus, Francisca Holder and Modesto Samon.
In this regard, the Business Group of the Biotechnological and Pharmaceutical Industries of Cuba (BioCubaFarma) pointed out on Twitter that “it had received the news with pride and satisfaction.”
For his part, First Deputy Prime Minister Jorge Luis Perdomo tweeted that it was a recognition of the dedication, talent and commitment for so many years making Fidel Castro’s legacy on Cuban Biotechnology a reality.
“Congratulations to the BioCubaFarma scientists for the Title of “Hero of Labor of the Republic of Cuba,” he reiterated.