The movement of solidarity with the five Cuban antiterrorists condemned in the United States grows in the world every year, asserted on Monday in Ciego de Avila Kenia Serrano, president of the Cuban Institute for Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP).
During a meeting in that city in favor of Gerardo Hernandez, Antonio Guerrero, Ramon Labañino, Rene Gonzalez and Fernando Gonzalez, Serrano explained that information about the cause of these fighters spread internationally in 2012, since support for their cause has gradually strengthened in 111 nations, adding that until they’re not back home with their relatives we should be dissatisfied and there will be no time for rest.
Standing out among movements is “Cuba no esta sola” (Cuba is not alone) and its activities on the streets of Madrid, which opposed the evident hostile policy of that country’s right-wing government towards the Revolution, she pointed out.
Serrano explained that the campaign “Five Days for the Five”, held in Washington in April was a triumph, and added that meeting in that city were activists of several states of the US, as well as persons from other nations, like Italy, Belgium, France, Germany, Canada and Honduras, among others.
She also recalled that some 300 friends demanded justice for The Five in front of the White House, and many activities were carried out in over 20 countries, as a demonstration of the maturity of this call to global solidarity.
Taken from AIN