Greece: Cuban "tide" amid pandemic

Greece: Cuban "tide" amid pandemic

13,000 people demand that Cuban doctors be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize
By: Greek network of Solidarity.
Greece is a Balkan country, where the pandemic consequences for the new Covid-19 coronavirus have not been as serious, as is the case in rich European countries. However, the country of 11 million inhabitants has recorded 143 deaths and 2,620 confirmed cases, as of 2 May. The Greek people have been in a state of social isolation for six weeks. A large part of enterprises and companies have closed and most of the population remains at home so they use the network, on a daily basis, as a means of information and social communication for much longer than before quarantine.
In these new conditions, Cuba's solidarity and moral advantage has touched not only people in solidarity with the island, but also thousands of Internet users who develop daily the battle for the truth of Cuba, trying to break the media wall of silence and misinformation promoted by the great media.
Although many Cuba-friendly websites and pages on social media have been attacked and blocked, the Cuban "tide" on the Greek Internet expands, as users who express themselves in favor of Cuba and its example are constantly multiplying, even in European countries.
So, more than 13,000 Greeks have joined the Facebook page under the name "Nobel prize for the Doctors of Cuba" www.facebook.com/groups/4091231877557233/ and claim that Cuban doctors be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, this year. The initiative was taken by Cuba's friend Velisarios Kossivakis, director of New Star, Art Cinema. Since the first month, the page has registered users from 51 countries who have made more than 500,000 posts and comments.
In addition, more than 1,300 Greeks have so far signed the campaign of the José Martí-Solidarity Cultural Association with Cuba that demands the lifting of the economic blockade, commercial and financial, including veteran footballer Savas Kofidis, the famous actor Takis Vamvakidis, former Minister Kostas Isichos, academic professor Dimitris Kaltsonis and military, parliamentarians, athletes, artists, students, workers and trade unionists from all sectors of Greek society , coming from both the capital, Athens, and all the provinces of the country.
At the same time, dozens of people have responded to an initiative of greek bloggers and rain down on the Internet by posting their photos with the tags #standwith Cuba, #Cubasalva. On the other hand, thousands of Internet users post, daily, comments, photos, videos and images in favor of Cuba, while traffic from websites and pages belonging to the network of Greek bloggers "The Greek Solidarity Network " has skyrocketed in the days of the pandemic.
Cuba's battle for truth against the media wall of silence and misinformation continues in Greece as well.

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