Havana, Cuba. - A group of Bolivian students of Medicine in Cuba returned to their country to culminate their career, and sent a message of gratefulness to Commander-in-Chief Fidel Castro and his people, for having made possible to them to study in the Island.
The members of the Cuban medical brigade in Bolivia, who will be their professors for a year, gave them the official welcome, while each showed nostalgia to leave behind a people that welcomed them like its children during five years.
The Bolivian students thanked the people and the government that allow them to study Medicine so that they can return today to their homeland,with the purpose of taking to every place what they learned.
The scholarship students reiterated their gratitude to Fidel, whose initiative will allow them to become doctors within a year, not only for their native country, but for the world, since they are willing to go where they are needed.