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The Cuban government’s humanism is unwavering

Santiago de Cuba, Apr 22 (Prensa Latina) The transfer to the homeland of Cubans stranded in Haiti thanks to the efforts of the Cuban government, confirms its commitment to its compatriots who today work, visit or live abroad.

The flights between Cap Haitian and the airports of the provinces of Camagüey and Santiago de Cuba in the Center and East of the country are testimonies to the political will and the humanist vocation of the Cuban authorities, even in the current economic conditions.

This is corroborated by the statements of the new arrivals who were grateful for the possibility of being reunited with their families after perceiving the consequences of the security crisis faced by the Haitian people, due to the fight between gangs that plunge the country into chaos.

When the world abounds with the option of aggression and violence or the use of mercenaries to confront conflicts, Cuba expresses the essence of solidarity and protection towards its people both inside the island and abroad, an ideal carried out beyond political or economic interests.

Cuban practices in foreign policy and international law are not mediated by geopolitics or the need for access to natural resources and raw materials at low prices; nor do these issues have to do with the approach historically given to human movements to other nations.

Apart from the economic and social effects of the intensified economic, financial, and commercial blockade imposed by the United States on the island, and the demands on the economy to meet the needs of the people, the Cuban government will not abandon its values.