Canberra, November 25, 2020. - This afternoon, an emotional activity was held in tribute to the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz, on the occasion of the fourth anniversary of his physical disappearance. Besides the personnel of the Cuban diplomatic mission, also attended the Heads of Mission of the Embassies of Venezuela and El Salvador, as well as members of the Australia - Cuba Friendship Association of Canberra.
he Cuban Ambassador, Ariel Lorenzo Rodríguez, highlighted in his words the most relevant aspects of Fidel's work, a paradigm in the history of Cuba and all of Latin America, whose critical thinking about the great problems of humanity has shown his valid in 2020, marked by inequalities and social contradictions exacerbated in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Likewise, the Third Secretary, Dunia Martin Hernández, evoked the role that present and new generations of Cubans must play to keep alive the legacy of Fidel and the work of the Revolution.
Likewise, the pioneer Diego Lorenzo Montano recited the poem "Fidel, Fidel, the peoples thank you", by the renowned Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. There was also an exhibition of books in commemoration of the date about the life of the Commander, his historical interviews with Gianni Minà and Ignacio Ramonet, his speeches and latest writings, also known as "Reflections of Fidel.