On Saturday, December 27, the Cuban Embassy in Malabo celebrated the 57th anniversary of their national holiday, known as the “Triumph of the Revolution.”
Ambassador Pedro Doña Santana, in addition to referring to the decision of US President Barack Obama on the normalization of diplomatic relations between his country and Cuba, also referred to the release of the five Cuban prisoners in the United States, as a reason for celebration for the Cuban people.
The commemoration of the national holiday of Cuba took place at the residential hall of the National University of Equatorial Guinea (UNGE), and was attended by Cuban collaborators, the colony of Cubans residing in Malabo and guests from different nationalities.
-“This end of the year, the Cuban people are celebrating in a very special way the definitive return to the homeland of the five heroes imprisoned for over fifteen years in US jails,” said the ambassador, who also acknowledged the work of Cuban cooperation in Equatorial Guinea, and especially thanked all the employees working in the country, “and who strive to offer their knowledge in solidarity, accompanying our fellow citizens to success in the program of economic and social development for Horizon 2020.”
Text and photos: Clemente Ela Ondo Onguene (D. G. Base Internet)
SOURCE: Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office