President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador reported that yesterday, Wednesday, a group of electrical technicians left for Cuba to support the restoration of electrical energy on the island after the passage of Hurricane “Ian”.
In press conference “morning”in the National Palace, the head of the federal Executive stated that we have to put university fraternity into practice and mutually support each other between countries.
“Since yesterday we sent a group of technicians, electrical workers to Cuba because they ran out of electricity. We have to put universal brotherhood into practice, help each other”he declared.
Yesterday, on his Twitter account, Miguel Díaz-Canel, President of Cuba, thanked President López Obrador for being concerned about the situation on the island after the passage of Hurricane “Ian” and reported that he received the call from the Mexican President, as well as than that of Nicolás Maduro, president of Venezuela.
The president of Cuba said that the leaders of Venezuela and Mexico are concerned about the island and “ready to help. Venezuela and Mexico give us all their solidarity in the most difficult times. Thank you,” he wrote.
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