Namibia, November 14th, 2021- Cuban experts, based in Windhoek, capital of Namibia, together with representatives of the Embassy of Cuba in this African country, celebrated the positive change in the epidemiological situation on the Island, the restart of the academic year and the opening of borders to international tourism.
Aldo Luis Fuentes Acosta, Chargé d'Affaires a.i., highlighted the role played by Cuban health professionals and scientists in the fight against Covid-19. He underlined the campaigns deployed in Cuba to immunize the population, with the three vaccines produced in the country, as well as mentioning the other two vaccine candidates in development.
The participants showed their joy at the decrease in the number of new cases in Cuba, as well as the absence of loss of life in the previous day.
They also condemned the attacks and the media campaign against the Cuban Revolution. In addition, they demanded the unconditional lifting of the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States.
Similarly, the meeting served to introduce Yamila Martínez, the Embassy's new Economic Counsellor, to a good part of the members of the Cuban State Mission.