San Salvador, Dec 1.- The Cuban government ratified its technical and solidarity support to the Salvadoran cruzade to eradicate illiteracy from El Salvador.
Cuban Ambassador to San Salvador Carlos Zamora confirmed to Prensa Latina today that this topic was highlighted in a recent meeting with Salvadoran President Salvador Sanchez Ceren, to whom Zamora delivered his diplomatic credentials as ambassador.
Sanchez Ceren, known in his country as 'The Teacher' because of his pedagogical formation as a professional, was grateful for the Cuban collaboration in the local education system, the public health and in the development of cultural and sports competitions.
The Salvadoran President highlighted the excellent links between Cuba and El Salvador, starting from the reestablishment of diplomatic relations in 2010, after the arrival of the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN) to power.
Also, admitted the effort of the Cuban people in the intense process to recover of the damages done by Hurricane Irma, last September, after which El Salvador expressed its solidarity.
The Cuban diplomat transmitted to Sánchez Cerén an affectionate greeting from Cuban President Raúl Castro, and ratified the will of his government to strengthen even more the links of friendship and cooperation between both nations.
Salvadoran Foreign Affairs Minister Hugo Martinez -who was present in the meeting- received the copies of Zamora's diplomatic credentials.
As part of his activities, Zamora met Deputy Damian Alegria, from the FMLN Movement of Solidarity with Cuba and other leaders. (Prensa Latina)