University students express their support for Fidel's speech
CIEGO DE AVILA, Cuba, Sept 4.- The call for peace made on Friday by Commander in Chief Fidel Castro at the steps of the University of Havana received the support of the higher education students in the central Cuban province of Ciego de Avila.
Lilianne Oliva, a Medicine student in the first year of her career, told ACN that the struggle to prevent a nuclear war currently threatening the world concerns us all, since its consequences imply the destruction of mankind and not just that of countries involved.
The Cuban youth has the privilege of being well informed on the international situation; therefore, we’re convinced that we must do everything possible for survival, added Oliva.
Fidel’s Reflections, she specified, are materials of required reading, in order to have real arguments and be prepared for the future, since his clever vision of events constitutes an important guidance.
Ariadna Mendoza, who is in the third year of her computing studies at the Maximo Gomez University in Ciego de Avila, condemned Barack Obama’s attitude of risking the lives of so many human beings for his thirst of richness and power, which is traditional of US governments.
It’s contradictory that a Nobel Peace Prize winner is responsible for such negative and counterproductive attitude, but it shows us how much money and media campaigns can do to deceive the peoples, she said.
If we overcome this new danger, the new generations should try to achieve a real civilization, in which respect to the nations’ rights and liberty prevails, concluded Mendoza. (acn).
Source: Radio Cadena Agramonte