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Delegation of young people from the United States travels to Cuba

Washington, Apr 24 (Prensa Latina) A delegation of 150 young leaders of social movements and organizations from the United States will travel today to Cuba, where they will carry out an extensive program of activities and participate in May Day celebrations.

“As young leaders in the United States we want to affirm our rights to learn, exchange and build with the Cuban people, who are living under cruel sanctions and remain on the list of state sponsors of terrorism for no credible reason,” activist Manolo de los Santos said.

According to the program, to which Prensa Latina had access, the delegation -the largest of its kind to visit that island in decades- will have until May 3rd a full agenda that begins tomorrow at Casa de las Americas with a panel on human rights in Cuba.

Afterward, they will visit, among other places of interest, the Latin American School of Medicine, neighborhoods in transformation in the capital, scientific institutions and the Fidel Castro Center, devoted to preserving the legacy of the leader of the Cuban Revolution.

They will also visit the central city of Santa Clara, in Villa Clara province, located some 280 kilometers east of Havana, where they will hold a meeting with young people and pay tribute to Argentine-Cuban guerrilla, Ernesto Che Guevara and his comrades, in the Mausoleum where his remains are kept. On their return to Havanah, the members of the group will participate in the popular celebration of International Workers’ Day, and on May 2, they will attend the meeting of solidarity with Cuba at the “Palacio de las Convenciones”.


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