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Haiti - Health : The Venezuelan medical brigade has left Haiti
13/11/2016 09:15:48

Haiti - Health : The Venezuelan medical brigade has left Haiti
Following the passage of Hurricane Matthew on Haiti, an international relief brigade of 40 Venezuelan doctors provided care to more than 6,000 Haitians. The medical brigade, who has completed its mission, returned to Venezuela on Friday 11 November, where it was received at Maiquetia Vargas International Airport (Central North), notably by the Executive Vice-President of Venezuela, Aristobulo Isturiz, the Minister of Health, Luisana Melo and the Ambassador of Haiti, David Lesly and other authorities.

"We welcome you on behalf of the Venezuelan people and President Nicolas Maduro. You are heroes of the Republic, you have done an extraordinary job and all our citizens are proud of your brigade which has been in solidarity with the people of Haiti," declared Vice-President Isturiz.

Meanwhile, Delia Mundaray, the Medical Representative of the International Rescue Brigade, declared that "The Haitian people received free medical care from us," assuring that "the army of white blouses has fulfilled the mission entrusted by President Nicolas Maduro [...] We have worked with our hearts for each of the patients we have assisted on behalf of our country, as the greatest legacy that left us the eternal Commander Hugo Chavez."

SL/ HaitiLibre

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