Cuba reaffirms its willingness to support Mexico in health matters – Escambray

Cuba reaffirms its willingness to support Mexico in health matters – Escambray
Cuba reaffirms its willingness to support Mexico in health matters – Escambray

This came to light when this Friday, President Miguel Díaz-Canel received a delegation led by the general director of the Mexican Social Security Institute, Zoé Robledo.

At the meeting the parties addressed the possibilities of increasing cooperation. (Photo: PL)

The president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, reiterated this Friday his country’s willingness to support the efforts of the Government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador to improve health care for the population in Mexico.

When receiving at the Palace of the Revolution (headquarters of the Executive) a delegation led by the general director of the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), Zoé Robledo, Díaz-Canel sent a big hug to his counterpart López Obrador, who -said – has always shown its solidarity support for Cuba in the midst of complex circumstances.

For us, the presence of Cuban doctors and health personnel in Mexico is an opportunity, because it also allows us to correspond with all the help that you have given us and serve the Mexican people through a government project between our two nations, he expressed.

He pointed out that Cuba sees collaboration as an opportunity for growth, which contributes to its health personnel in their professional, human and revolutionary training.

According to national television, the head of state affirmed that the Island will do what is necessary to contribute to that nation in its efforts to strengthen health care.

In statements to the press, the general director of the IMSS referred to the continuity of the agreement signed between the leaders of Cuba and Mexico in 2023 to strengthen ties of cooperation in health matters.

He reported that President López Obrador is building a new institution with the help of the people of Mexico and their allies, the INS Bienestar, which serves people without social security, who have received medical care of extraordinary quality, not only in professional terms but also humans.

Robledo expressed interest in learning more about the care model of the Caribbean nation, especially in the preventive part in polyclinics, with comprehensive general practitioners.

We believe that it is the future bet for populations like that of our country, which need higher quality primary care, he said.

The Mexican delegation, also made up of other IMSS directors, will hold meetings with doctors from Mexico who are residing in Cuba.

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