Havana, Feb 12 (ACN) Raúl Fornés Valenciano, first vice president of the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (Inder), today congratulated the workers of the Havana Anti-Doping Laboratory for the 20 years since it was founded by the Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz.
To continue reaping successes and making history, Fornés urged him, who recalled the opening day of the prestigious center before a representation of its workers in the Protocol Room of the El Laguito State Council.
The digital edition of the sports publication JIT highlights that the event was chaired by Osvaldo Vento Montiller, head of Inder, and Niurka María González Orberá, general secretary of the National Union of Education, Science and Sports Workers (SNTECD).
“Only 26 like him work in the world at the moment, four of them in America, so it is a privilege for Cuba to have a scientific institution of this type that has achieved international prestige, endorsed by the visit of the WADA (agency world) in March 2019 and due to the growing interest of anti-doping organizations in the area in working with Cuba, ”said Fornés.
Dr. Pablo Castillo Díaz, director of the Institute of Sports Medicine (IMD), added that “the workers of the Havana Anti-Doping Laboratory have written their feat in indelible ink in the history of Cuban science and sports.”
“They completed two decades of hard work, fully fulfilling the commitment they made to Fidel on February 13, 2001, to be a laboratory of excellence,” said the manager.
“Its prestige has transformed this small island of the Third World into a bastion of science,” he assured a representative group of the institution that has 40 workers.
“It is fair to recognize a group of institutions that have contributed to the development achieved since its creation, the Ministry of Health, the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (Inder), the Cuban Olympic Committee and an important group of laboratories accredited to global level ”, the doctor said.
JIT also highlights that the SNTECD recognized the dedication of the laboratory workers in their fight against COVID-19 with the Valientes por la Vida seal.
The celebration began with a video that evoked the inaugural speech of Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz and included the recognition of Inder and IMD to the pride of the Cuban sports system, received by its director, Ms. C. Rodny Montes de Oca Porto .
A special moment was the tribute to Margarita Teresa Correa Vidal, along with founders and other staff.
It is the best gift I have received, on the eve of my 72nd birthday on Monday, the graduate in Chemistry, formerly the right hand of the founding director Mario Granda Fraga, told JIT.
The artist Omar Franco, Ruperto on the television program Vivir del Cuento, enlivened the celebration for the two decades of operation of an institution of notable international prestige. The group Ala Dos was also heard.
The tribute was also attended by Roberto León Richards, president of the Cuban Olympic Committee, Ariel Sainz Rodríguez, vice president of Inder, and Jorge Pavel Pino Rivero, director of the Sports Research Center.
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