On the eve of May Day, organization in solidarity with Cuba in Ireland launches a campaign to send equipment and medicines to the Cuban health system, amid the intensification of the Yankee blockade.

Dublin, May 1, 2022: The Irish organization "Cuban Solidarity Forum of Ireland" (CSFI) launched an aid campaign with health equipment and medicines for the Cuban health system, which suffers the consequences of the pandemic and the intensification of the criminal economic, commercial and financial blockade that the United States maintains against the Island for more than 60 years.

The campaign, organized by a group of colleagues from the board of this organization, aims to give concrete content to the feelings of solidarity and brotherhood of the Irish with their Cuban brothers.

As a first step, a representation of the Irish supporters traveled to Havana, led by comrade Jack Mc Ginley, and delivered to the management of the "Hermanos Amejeiras" Hospital, on April 29, an advance of the donated supplies already to send to Cuba.

During the activity of the first installment of these donations, the Hospital management expressed its gratitude for such a noble gesture.

For his part, the Cuban ambassador to Ireland, Bernardo Guanche Hernández, met in Dublin with the Coordinator of the Solidarity Forum, Marie Barry, to express his appreciation for this material support for the health of the Cuban people and the gratitude for what it represents as a sign of the feelings of solidarity and brotherhood between Cuba and Ireland.

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