Hundreds of delegates from countries such as Zambia, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Ghana, Burkina Faso, and Nigeria approved the Final Declaration of Africa’s Fifth Continental Cuba Solidarity Conference.
Windhoek.— Cuba and Africa share strong bonds and a common history. All countries of the continent have shown Cuba great respect and appreciation, while for Cubans, who also hold the same values, Africa represents our roots and a second home. These are two peoples bound by a single sentiment.
It was this union that saw hundreds of delegates from countries such as Zambia, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Ghana, Burkina Faso, and Nigeria approve the Final Declaration of Africa’s Fifth Continental Cuba Solidarity Conference.
In the Namibian capital of Windhoek, participants discussed ways to strengthen the Cuba solidarity movement, the role of alternative media in disseminating the island’s reality, and the importance of promoting the legacy of Fidel and Che.
Meanwhile, the second panel discussed different solidarity actions demanding an end to the economic commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States government on Cuba, and the return of the territory illegally occupied by the Naval Base in Guantánamo.
Under the maxim, “Intensifying solidarity with Cuba and continuing the legacy of Fidel and Che,” and following the presentation of reports by two work commissions, participants drew up a document aimed at strengthening bilateral solidarity and disseminating information about Cuba’s reality not only on the continent, but also worldwide.