Castro said, “I’m sure other municipalities will open their doors to this exposition because, beyond the love held by Nicaraguans for the Cubans, the case against Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labañino, Antonio Guerrero, Fernando Gonzalez and René Gonzalez is reprehensible in every aspect.” He noted that the event coincided with the vote in the General Assembly of the United Nations for the twenty-first time on the resolution condemning the blockade of Cuba by the United States. He called the policy, which was rejected by 186 countries and backed only by the United States, Israel, and the Marshall Islands, as criminal.
National Assembly President René Nuñez said the exhibition aims to help expand knowledge of history among deputies and the Central American people about the campaign to return the Cuban Five to their families in Cuba.
(Radio La Primerisima, Nov. 13)
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