Pope Benedict XVI meets with Cuban leader Bro. Raul Castro

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Published on Mar 28, 2012 by telegraphtv

Pope Benedict XVI received as a gift from The Cuban president Raul Castro of a statue of the Virgin of Charity of El Cobre, patron saint of Cuba, as he arrived at the Revolution Palace in Havana.

Publicado el 28 de marzo 2012 por el TelegraphTV

El Papa Benedicto XVI ha recibido como un regalo de El presidente cubano Raúl Castro de una estatua de la Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre, patrona de Cuba, a su llegada en el Palacio de la Revolución en La Habana.

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Bro. Raul Castro: Our Strength is Honduras’ Strength

Cuban News Agency July 3, 2007

Our Strength is Honduras’ Strength

“Our first message for the Honduran people is of solidarity and encouragement”, affirmed Cuban President Raul Castro during the extraordinary session of the Summit of the Rio Group held in Managua, Nicaragua last Monday.

During the meeting, important agreements were approved in favor of reinstating constitutionally elected President Manuel Zelaya as the legitimate representative of Honduras, after being brutally ousted in a coup perpetrated by the right wing military serving the country’s oligarchy.

The withdrawal of Latin American ambassadors from Honduras, the cutting of oil supplies, the closure of the Honduran border with other Central American nations, a surging wave of international condemnation, the suspension of economic agreements and bank credits with the country while the power remains in the hands of the de facto government, are just some of the measures agreed on by the heads of states that attended the Managua Summit.

These are valid accords in favor of truth and democracy on behalf of the member nations of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our Americas and the Rio Group.

Meanwhile, the UN General Assembly held a session condemning the coup […]

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