Activists of more than 25 countries, like France, Greece, Sweden, Puerto Rico and Chile, demanded on Thursday in a solidarity-with-Cuba meeting in this city the freedom of the five Cubans unfairly incarcerated in the United States for almost 15 years now.
Jean Claude Orru, member of the International Committee for the Freedom of The Five, told the press in Holguin that solidarity actions are decisive for these antiterrorist fighters to return to their homeland.
He added that the Caribbean nation is an example of humanism and proletarian unity to the world, so defend the Revolution is a commitment to the people.
Orru ratified that international pressure on the U.S. government by way of mobilizations is one of the main mechanisms used in different parts of the world to achieve real justice in the case of Antonio, Gerardo, Fernando, Ramon and Rene.
Amaury Torno, delegate in the territory of the Cuban Institute for Friendship with the Peoples, explained that the legal ways so The Five return to their homeland continue to be set out around the planet.
Also present at the meeting were youngsters of several nations now studying university courses in this city, among them Angolan Augusta Miranda, who referred to the high spirit maintained by her classmates in their demand for the return of the Five to Cuba.