The representation, integrated by Lilia Zamora, director of Latin America at ICAP, is making a tour of South America, which includes Uruguay and Argentina.
Being here in this Constitution Square is to remember the ties of friendship, ideas and principles that united President Allende with the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro, Rabaza told Prensa Latina.
ICAP’s first vice-president affirmed that Fidel and Allende are the inspiration to reinforce the unity and work of the Movement of Solidarity with Cuba in Chile.
“We are in this liberated square, not to mourn for those absent, but to pay homage to Allende and multiply the friendship between our peoples,” Lilia Zamora said, in a paraphrase of the song by Cuban troubadour Pablo Milanes.
Pedro Bronzic, a member of the Cuba solidarity movement, stressed the importance of this visit to learn first-hand about Cuba’s situation, which has been subjected for over 60 years to a nefarious and criminal blockade imposed by the United States.
The ICAP delegation will conduct an extensive program of activities, including meetings with solidarity, parliamentarians, intellectuals, political parties, trade unions and graduates of the Latin American School of Medicine.