We are a patriotic and dignified people

By Diosmel Galano Oliver/Radio Camagüey

May, 2021.- From the earliest ages, Cubans learn about their history, culture and traditions; they know the imprint of hundreds of men and women who with blood and sweat contributed to the construction of the country.

It is also taught in schools, in homes, about the historical enemy that the nation faces, since the hostile policy against the Island that comes from the United States has a negative impact on the lives of Cubans.

But against the greatest enemy of the peoples, no grudges are cultivated, from the largest of the Antilles there is a constant intention to dialogue and normalize relations, which would mean bringing families and citizens with many common traits closer together.

A tireless work to strengthen ties between both states was deployed by Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, always ready for respectful and productive exchange; although he is always alert to the constant attempts with a North American seal to subvert the internal order of the Island.

On May 12, 2002, former US President James Carter arrived in Cuba, who guided a policy closer to the well-being of both peoples during the time he held the Oval Office.

In the words of welcome to the visitor, Fidel said: “We are a patriotic and dignified people, who will never accept impositions or threats from anyone; but a sincere friend of the people of the United States, and especially of all good Americans, who are many, and we discover more and more”.

The same thinking that persists today from the Cuban side and from many who from different North American cities, and in other regions of the world, demonstrate solidarity with the Island and the rejection of the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States government, the main obstacle to walk the same path. (With information from ACN) (Photo: Internet) (Translated by Linet Acuña Quilez)


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