During the political and cultural event at the school that bears his name, in the presence of the ambassador of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) in Havana, Omar Bulsan, those present highlighted the trajectory of the Sahrawi National Hero.
In statements to reporters, Bulsan highlighted the work of the center to promote the development of children with special educational needs based on resources and tools that contribute to inclusion.
He thanked the school administration, staff and children for highlighting the life and work of the martyr.
Similarly, the diplomat pointed out that June 9 is a historic day for his nation, as tribute is paid to a leader who sacrificed his life for the freedom of Sahrawis.
Cuba recognized the SADR on January 21, 1980, and has maintained a firm position of support for the struggle of the Sahrawi people and their right to self-determination, according to information from the Cuban Foreign Ministry.
Cuba collaborates with the Arab nation in training of professionals and sending medical brigades to refugee camps.