Bolivia President Commends Cuban Solidarity
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- South America
- 03 / 21 / 2010
At the ceremony, attended by Cuban Ambassador Rafael Daussa, Morales reminded the sacrifice to part with their homeland, friends and families, even their children, to serve the Bolivian people.
Those unable to pay for treatment will never forget, as I my self, how they restored my brothers' sight, he added, while wishing to be able to compensate the affection some day.
He also thanked the Cuban doctors' attitude for they taught my people to practice solidarity and live with dignity.
Evo Morales also saluted the think-tank behind such noble project, Cuba's historic Revolution leader Fidel Castro.
Men like Fidel think of humanity, on every body's life, not of limited groups; while some just think of themselves, we ask for everyone, he added.
Luckily for Latin America, there is a Hugo Chavez, a Rafael Correa, a Daniel Ortega, because Cuba is seedbed of the Revolution in Latin America and the world.
Cuban medical brigade coordinator Maria Isabel Martinez reminded that along the 414,245 Bolivian beneficiaries there are 35,874 Brazilians, Argentina (28,870), Paraguay (312) and Peru (19,582.