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Cuban Mission in the United States celebrates CDR anniversary

Washington, September 28.- The collective of the Cuban Mission in the United States celebrated the 63rd anniversary of the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR), the largest mass organization on the Caribbean island.

Gathered at the headquarters of the Cuban representation and on behalf of his colleagues, Iraset Brooks referred to the historical significance of the founding, on September 28, 1960, of the CDR thanks to the vision of the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro.

He said that we must be firm vigilantes of the Revolution wherever we are and reiterated the need, as valued by the national leadership of the Committees, to revitalize and strengthen the work of the organization in the communities.

The head of the Cuban Mission in the United States, Lianys Torres, took the opportunity to reiterate the condemnation of the terrorist attack perpetrated on September 24, when an individual threw two Molotov cocktails at the building of the island's embassy in this capital.

She commented on the Cuban president's interventions in the High Level segment of the 78th United Nations General Assembly, where she spoke for Cuba and the G77 and China, a group that he presides over until early 2024.

The diplomat noted that the head of state held important meetings with representatives of different sectors and that he closed his visit with a large solidarity event in New York.

Torres transmitted President Díaz-Canel's message of gratitude for the work of all the members of the diplomatic service who, from their positions, guaranteed the success of the visit. (Text and photo: PL)

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