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Australian Southern Cross Brigade to travel to Cuba for 38th time

Canberra, Dec 28 (Prensa Latina) The Southern Cross Brigade, from Australia, informed that it will travel to Cuba for the 38th time, after two years of interruption due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The 15 members of the solidarity with Cuba movement will fly over here on December 29 and will return home on January 17, 2023, after a stay that will allow them to delve into this country’s political, economic and social reality and learn about its history a bit more.

Local media reported that the brigade will have an busy agenda coordinated by the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP), which includes a meeting with members of the Korimakao sociocultural project and scientists who developed the homegrown Covid-19 vaccines. They will also visit the Fidel Castro Ruz Center and the Ernesto Che Guevara Sculpture Complex, as well as several universities and healthcare centers.

The 38th Southern Cross Brigade ratifies the commitment of Australia’s solidarity movement to the Cuban Government and people and closes a year characterized by constant support for the Revolution, the strong condemnation of the United States blockade and the raising of funds to assist Cuba.


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