The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, through the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Jorge Arreaza, expressed his support for the campaign that promotes the Nobel Peace Prize for Cuban doctors, for their humanitarian work and unconditional service to different countries that fight against Covid-19.
In the same message, the Chancellor shared the address of the website http://cubanobel.org, which details the service of the doctors of the Cuban Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade, which he defines as an “example of commitment to life. Our support from Venezuela to the campaign,” he reiterated.
Ante el profundo dolor causado por el Covid19, la Brigada Henry Reeve de médic@s cuban@s irradian al mundo solidaridad y vida. Merecen la admiración de toda la humanidad. Ejemplo de compromiso con la vida. Nuestro apoyo desde Venezuela a la campaña https://t.co/bjHM8ZHbGK
— Jorge Arreaza M (@jaarreaza) July 23, 2020
On this website, a message with the premises of disinterest, solidarity and work for the common good are presented as characteristics sought by a Nobel Peace Prize winner, and which timely describe the Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade of Cuba.
This group of doctors has saved more than 80,000 lives since 2005, and since Covid-19 was declared a pandemic, they have been in 27 countries working for the recovery of patients.
“Join us in requesting the Nobel Committee to award the Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade of Cuba a Nobel Peace Prize!” the page states, reported by AVN.
On the website, people can sign in support and recognition of the work done by doctors, placing their name, surname, email and phone number. As of this Thursday, 29,055 signatures have been collected in favor of the humanitarian brigade.
Featured image: Cuban doctors arriving at La Chinita international airport i Maracaibo, Zulia state to fight Covid-19. File photo.