Diaz-Canel arriving in Nicaragua, 2017.

MANAGUA, Nicaragua. – The first Vice-President of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel, said this Wednesday in Managua that Nicaragua can always count unconditionally on the support, friendship and solidarity of the island.

On his arrival in Nicaragua to participate in the celebrations of the thirty-eighth anniversary of the Sandinista popular revolution, Diaz Canel said we bring a solidarity and revolutionary embrace from the Government and the Cuban people.

He also extended the greetings of Cuban President Raul Castro to his counterpart Daniel Ortega and Vice President Rosario Murillo, who together with the Sandinista National Liberation Front fight to eradicate poverty in Nicaragua.

The Cuban leader asserted the Centro American country lives intense days of reaffirmation and revolutionary struggle, after hosting the twenty-third meeting of the Sao Paulo Forum, an important space of political debate of the Latin American left.