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Trade Unions from Cuba and South Africa sign MOU

Christian Fernsby ▼ | April 25, 2019
Ulises Guilarte de Nacimiento, secretary general of the Confederation of Cuban Workers, and Zingiswa Losi, President of Congress of South African Trade Unions, signed a memorandum of understanding for exchanges of experience and cooperation between their organizations.
Ulises Guilarte de Nacimiento and Zingiswa Losi
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The initialing of the agreement responds to the historical existing relations and expresses the political will of the organizations for a greater rapprochement among its affiliated unions.

Guilarte de Nacimiento thanked Losi and asserted that in this way express intentions to strengthen bilateral ties and to maintain the unity, which "gives a glimpse of a promising future for ties".

Losi said on behalf of the six million workers who make up the group of the Congress of South African Trade Unions that this signature solidifies the purposes of mutual aid.

We are the people of Fidel and Mandela," he said, "and it is in our interest to consolidate understanding in the work of both trade union organizations.