A very emotive moment turned out to be the delivery of Cuba and of July 26th flags, by part of the brigade of Las Tunas to their brothers of Camagüey.

After melting in a strong hug the "invaders" of the East reported their experiences to those of Camagüey, among them, the meets with the combatants and members of the cells of July 26th, neighbors of the area who helped the survivors to hide in sure places and helping the doctors to treat the wounds so that they could rejoin the guerrilla struggle.

Captain Frank Creagh Acosta, who took the column up to La Alina, in Ciego de Ávila, expressed: "The youth feels its commitment with the history, it knows the responsibility that it has on its shoulders and what the people expects from our generation like continuers of the work for which so many Cubans have given their lives”.

Translated by BA in English Language, Manuel Barrera Téllez

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