Send by email

your name: email to: message:
Username: Email: Password: Confirm Password:
Login with
Confirming registration ...

Edit your profile:

Country: Town: State:
Gender: Birthday:
Email: Web:
How do you describe yourself:
Password: New password: Repite password:

Monday, May 21, 2018

World personalities expressed their condolences towards Cuba

Por Damian

Several personalities from around the world have sent their condolences to Cuba on the occasion of the plane crash of the Boeing 737 that occurred at noon today in La Habana, Cuba. The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, used his Twitter account to send a message of support to the families of the victims of the incident.

“Our word of condolence to the relatives of the victims of the fatal plane crash today in Havana. Strength and peace for them in this moment of pain, have our full support”, said the president. The president of the Spanish government, Mariano Rajoy transmitted through his social networks the "solidarity and affection" of Spain with the Cuban people, a feeling that also expressed the King of that European nation, Felipe VI.

“Deeply appalled by the accident in Cuba of the DMJ 0972 flight of the Mexican company Damojh that ran from Havana to Holguin. Our condolences to the Cuban people, Miguel Díaz-Canel, and especially to the families of the passengers and crew”, tweeted the Bolivian president, Evo Morales. A note from the Foreign Ministry of Chile pointed out that the Chilean government deeply regrets the tragic plane crash in Havana and sends sincere condolences to relatives and friends of the victims.

Justin Trudeau, president of Canada, said on behalf of his country to have relatives and acquaintances of the victims of the accident in "their thoughts and their hearts." Likewise, the President of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, and the Vice President, Rosario Murillo, expressed their solidarity with the Cuban people and government in the face of the disaster.

Mexico expressed its condolences to Cuba through a message from its president, Enrique Peña Nieto, in which he declared his solidarity with the relatives of all the victims who sadly lost their lives. Other personalities who also showed their interest in the tragedy occurred were Vladimir Putin, president of Russia; and the ex-president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya; and the Italian artist Laura Pausisni.

In retrospective, Roberto Peña, president of the Institute of Civil Aeronautics of Cuba declared to the Cuban Television Information System that the aircraft, destined to the eastern province of Holguin on flight DMJ 0972, with foreign crew and 104 passengers on board, collapsed in an area of agricultural crops near Santiago de Las Vegas, near the airport terminal in La Habana.