Angola refuses to accept new batch of Cuban slave doctors

Very loosely translated from Marti Noticias:

Angola has refused to accept a new contingent of 189 Cuban doctors.

This unexpected refusal was communicated by email to Roberto Morales, Castrogonia’s Minister of Public Health, on July 31.

The email came from ANTEX, an enterprise run by the Cuban military that handles medical missions in AngolaThe Castro regime has been sending slave doctors to Angola since 1975, when it also began to send Cuban soldiers to fight in Africa on behalf of the Soviet Union.

The reason for this refusal remains unknown, but anonymous sources have hinted that the main issue relates to financial matters and that the Castro regime may have insisted on higher payments from Angola for the slave doctors.

Read the whole story HERE, in Spanish