From our Bureau of State Visits by Puppet Dictators from Latrine American Totalitarian Hellholes with some assistance from our Bureau of Selfless and Deliriously Happy Slaves from Latrine American Totalitarian Hellholes
A very disturbing fact is nestled in the article below: There are 1,171 Cuban slave medics working in Angola, as well as an additional 885 Cuban slaves working in other sectors of Angolan society, including 582 in “education” [aka communist indoctrination and propaganda].
All this while Cubans on their native soil are forced to cope with a lack of doctors, nurses, technicians, and teachers.
Lord have mercy.
Loosely translated from Diario de Cuba
Miguel Díaz-Canel held a meeting in Angola with more than 200 Cubans who are exploited by his government and said that “the Angolan people will be able to count on them whenever they need it,” reported the official Cubadebate website.
This meeting with doctors from the Island was the first Díaz-Canel activity after arriving in Angola at the invitation of President João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço. The delegation of the Cuban regime that accompanies Díaz-Canel is made up of Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla (foreign minister), José Angel Portal Miranda (Minister of Public Health), Emilio Lozada García (head of the Department of International Relations of the Central Committee of the Communist Party), Ana Teresita González Fraga (First Deputy Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment), and other officials of the PCC and the Government.
During the meeting, Díaz-Canel said that the Cubans sent to work in Angola “are fulfilling that visionary idea that Fidel put forward when he affirmed that the future of Angola had to go through, after achieving independence, a whole process of recovery and development”.
The first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba added: “We want to thank and acknowledge you from the bottom of our hearts, because you have been loyal to that legacy of Cuba and Fidel.” In the first tweet he posted from Luanda, “Díaz-Canel also said that he was guided by the legacy of Fidel Castro.”
2,056 Cubans work in Angola, 1,058 men and 998 women. In the Health sector, 1,171 specialists and technicians work, in Education 582, “in companies 212, and in other sectors 91 colleagues,” detailed the report signed by Yaima Puig Meneses, one of the official journalists who manages the communication of Diaz-Canel.
The export of professionals, especially in health, is one of the main businesses of the Cuban regime, which keeps at least 75% of what the countries of destination pay in salaries. Island workers sent abroad are also subjected to strong surveillance and the limitation of their fundamental freedoms.