Havana, Aug 17 (Prensa Latina) After an intense day of international activities in tribute to the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, on his 94th birthday, today this country received various signs of fraternity.
Under the leadership of Trevor Brown, president of the Friendship Association, the tribute included figures of solidarity such as Hope McNish, head of the Council for Peace of Jamaica and Pambana Gutto Basset, internationalist social leader and intellectual graduated in Jamaica
During the evening messages of friendship were expressed from former Prime Minister of Jamaica Percival James Patterson; the Hero of the Republic of Cuba Fernando González Llort; the vice president of the Association of Cuban Residents, Osvaldo Cárdenas, and the founder of the Institute for Trade Union Education and the Jamaica National Theater and Dance Company, Rex Nettleford.
The head of the health mission also sent messages of solidarity from Cuba in Jamaica, José Armando Arronte; the participant in the fight against Ebola in Africa and current member of the internationalist medical contingent Yomch Sao; and the ambassador, Inés Fors, who was in charge of the closing remarks.
In the speeches the words of praise for the life of the leader Fidel Castro and of gratitude to the altruistic work of the Cuban revolution, in particular to the work of the medical brigades in the most remote corners of the world.
Likewise, the participants demanded the unconditional return of the territory illegally occupied by the United States Naval Base in Guantánamo Bay, in the extreme eastern part of Cuba.  The nomination of the Cuban medical contingent Henry Reeve for the Nobel Peace Prize 2020 today maintains broad support in South Africa, which was expressed in recent messages to the people and government of the Caribbean country.
On the occasion of the leader's birth historical of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, the South African Communist Party recalled how now, while the world fights against Covid-19, Cuba is the nation that responded differently, to the e Send contingents of health professionals to save lives in numerous countries.
These doctors and specialists are showing the importance of deepening human solidarity at all borders, states in a statement.
Therefore, the organization emphasizes, the Cuban international medical contingent specialized in disasters and serious epidemics, Henry Reeve, deserves the Nobel Peace Prize.