Saint Lucia Group, Cuban Embassy Pay Tribute To Late Fidel Castro

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Press Release:– It has been five years since the unforgettable and acknowledged leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz, departed his earthly life and, as he predicted, without a doubt, history continues to absolve him.

Fidel was a true friend, especially across Latin America and the Caribbean countries and through his vision, policy and great generosity was able to assist the countries in the region, particularly in the areas of Education and Health, through the Medical Brigades and the granting of thousands of educational scholarships.

Through Fidel’s unique vision, countries globally continue to receive humanitarian support from Cuba, notwithstanding its many challenges and scarce resources in many areas.

Fidel left his formidable mark and revolutionary personality in the hearts and minds of people worldwide and will always be remembered and admired for his commitment and dedication, for the significant development and advancement in education and health care which has tremendously benefited countries globally.

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On this fifth anniversary of his death, the Saint Lucia–Cuba Humanistic Solidarity Association joins the people of the world in paying tribute to the memory of the great revolutionary leader and unforgettable icon.  We will be forever grateful to Fidel and the people of Cuba for their unending generosity through great self-sacrifices.

Fidel may be gone, but his revolutionary history is still very much with us and his spirit will never die, but remain in our hearts and minds forever.

The Humanistic Solidarity Association in collaboration with the Embassy of Cuba in Saint Lucia, will honour the memory of Fidel Castro, in a ceremony, on Saturday 27th November, 2021 at the Finance Administrative Centre, Point Seraphine, Castries.  The event commences at 2:30 p.m.

 

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