The Cuban president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, affirmed today that our country assumes its solidarity and internationalist vocation by sending a field hospital to Mozambique, affected last week by Cyclone Idai.
From Cuba we sent a field hospital to Mozambique, staff, equipment and medicines to strengthen health care after the strong impact caused by the scourge of the cyclone in the brother African country, assuming our vocation for solidarity and internationalism, he wrote in his Twitter account.
On Monday, Cuban Vice Chancellor Anayansi Rodriguez explained that the aid will help strengthen health care in that African country with the island’s personnel deployed in the region.
The contribution includes medicines and equipment to meet the contingencies arising from the impact of the event, which caused 400 deaths and thousands of homeless people.
(Taken from Radio Reloj