On Twitter, the Cuban leader wrote that “solidarity cannot be blocked; it only recognizes human needs and places those who give and receive it in the highest echelon of our species.”
“Infinite thanks to the International Meeting of Solidarity with Cuba. We shall overcome!,” he tweeted.
The event was held from April 30 to May 2, with a program that allowed more than 1,000 delegates from 60 countries to learn about the Cuban people.
In the final statement, the participants ratified their commitment to the struggle against the blockade imposed by the United States and the need to join efforts to face the symbolic war whose main scenario is virtual spaces.
In his closing remarks, Diaz-Canel condemned Washington’s hostile policy against Cuba to exert maximum pressure and bring about destabilization in the country.
In this context, “Cuba recognizes and defends, as essences, independence, sovereignty, democracy, peace, economic efficiency, security and social justice achievements,” the head of State stressed.