Havana, Apr 13.- The Jamaican reggae artist, Eloy Daron, sent all his love and strength to the people of Cuba for being on the front line of battle in their country against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Known in the world of music as ELAD, the 39-year-old Jamaican artist transmitted to Prensa Latina via internet a message of thanks for the solidarity shown by Cuba to the world in the fight against the new SAR-CoV-2 coronavirus.
The native of the northern town of Montego Bay rejected the blockade and the smear campaigns of the United States against the people and the international medical cooperation of Cuba.
"An institution, a government that is against the progress of Cubans, is naturally against the progress of humanity, and we are not friends of those," he stressed.
In his career as an artist, ELAD has reflected various current events, such as the black movement in the United States, the fire in the Amazon jungle and the defense of children's rights.
Precisely to the girls and boys dedicated the subject We do not care (They Don´t Care About Us), reviewing that the powerful only want to rule and deceive the world.
ELAD ended the talk with Prensa Latina raising phrases such as: "Long live Cuba and long live the Cuban people" and "More love, more life, more strength". (Text and photo: PL)