The Cuban Friendship Institute (ICAP) held a campfire night in capital Havana on December 23 to strengthen international solidarity with the Cuban people.
Representatives from Vietnam’s diplomatic corps and students and Cuban friendship organizations participated in the event. Traditional Vietnamese dishes were also displayed at the party.
In her opening address, ICAP President Kenia Serrano affirmed the determination of the Cuban people to defend oppressed nations" struggles for peace, solidarity and friendship.
Ms Serrano highlighted the spirit of solidarity among nations around the globe towards the Cuban revolution as well as its 50-year struggle to demand the US lift its embargo against the country. She called for an end to terrorism and wars in the world.
The ICAP President confirmed that the Cuban people will stand firm in their economic development process, protect the revolutionary fruits, and continue to follow the socialist path for social equality and progress.
She also called on nations and progressive organizations worldwide to stand side by side with the Cuban people in their request for the release of five young patriotic Cubans who have been detained in the US.
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