Havana, Mar 14 (Prensa Latina) Cuban President Fidel Castro spoke on the telephone with Venezuelan Statesman Hugo Chavez and Haiti's Rene Preval, to whom he ratified the island's support for his people, Granma newspaper reported Wednesday.
The Cuban Revolution's leader also praised Chavez for having visited in a brief time several regional countries, "overcoming risks and fatigue", while he termed brilliant the speeches by the South America head of State.
When Chavez asked him about his health, Fidel Castro responded "well, I am very good", and emphasized he was informed on everything related to his Latin American and Caribbean tour.
The conversation took place while Chavez met with Preval and Cuba's Council of State Vice President Esteban Lazo, also visiting Haiti, and other top officials from the three governments.
Talking with Fidel Castro on the presence of the island's physicians in Haiti, the Cuban statesman assured Chavez that it could count on that force.
About this issue, the Venezuelan head of State said he could carry out a program similar to the "Frente Miranda", with the aim of building houses, with water and electricity.
Preval told the Cuban president he was happy with the visit of Hugo Chavez, and compared his mass welcome to a Revolution.
Fidel Castro, who termed the day as a day of brotherhood, said that Haitians are hard-working and true fighters for the people.