International Solidarity Supports Cuba's Recovery Efforts

Some eight tons of medical supplies arrived Sunday in the western province of Pinar del Río, donated by the World and Pan American Health Organizations, to contribute to health care after Hurricane Ian.
According to José Moya, a representative in Cuba of both international organizations, the cargo includes more than 100 modules of medicines, as well as surgical material.
In declarations to Cuban television, Mora highlighted the speed with which this medical cargo was transported to the province most affected by the passage of the category three storm, with sustained winds of more than 200 kilometers per hour and heavy rains.
Other donations of food, household goods, and clothing are arriving in this western province, sent by private entrepreneurs and individuals, which join the state resources allocated to the territory as a priority, to meet the needs of the population.
Contingents of workers from other districts and provinces less affected by the weather event are collaborating in these tasks, while brigades from other parts of the country are participating in the efforts to restore the power grid.


Radio Habana Cuba