Cuban singer Jona Martinez says Cuba and its immigrants are one of them, and those who try to separate them manipulate the issue for political purposes. In a conversation at the Cuban consulate in Caracas, Martinez emphasized that an indestructible bond unites people living inside or outside the country.
He refused to manipulate dissidents and foreign rights authorities on this phenomenon. Singers of the popular Cuban band stand for solidarity and love as essential weapons to overcome all movements against the country on social networks, as well as attacks on artists, celebrities and all those who do not respect the interests of the financial industry. That media war.
The musician said: "I respect those who are immigrants, even those with different political views who know how to engage in dialogue based on their beliefs and principles, but I also demand respect for my decision to live in Cuba."
In the same way, he emphasized his special love for this South American country. He said that he deeply loved this South American country and established an inseparable relationship with him. On the other hand, the participants in the dialogue became informal meetings between Cubans, who expressed their position on the island and stated that they would always be adjacent to their country.