Díaz-Canel, on tour in the Caribbean

The President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, visited on Sunday a medical center that has Cuban professionals in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, the first stop on his tour of several Caribbean countries.

The Modern Diagnostic and Medical Center in Georgetown, officially opened on July 2, 2018, was built with the help of Cuba and several Cuban doctors are on staff.

“The affection and recognition towards our cooperators is palpable,” Díaz-Canel said in a message on Twitter after touring the facilities with the Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Ralph Gonsalves.

humanist vocation

The Cuban president explained that he spoke with the Cuban doctors about “the humanist vocation of the Revolution and the imperishable legacy of Fidel (Castro).”

He also indicated that the modern health institution is “the fruit of cooperation and friendship” and “a dream of the Commander in Chief come true.”

Tomorrow, the Cuban president will pay a courtesy visit to the Governor General of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Susan Dougan.

The three-day official visit will culminate with a special session of the House of Assembly to which Díaz-Canel, Gonsalves and the opposition leader, Godwin Friday, will address. During his tour of the Caribbean, the Cuban president will also travel to Barbados and Grenada and will participate in the VIII Caricom-Cuba Summit, which is being held in the first country.

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