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Tribute to the Commander in Chief Fidel Castro in Indonesia

Tribute to the Commander in Chief Fidel Castro in Indonesia

Jakarta, November 22nd- An image of Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz integrates from today the gallery of personalities who had been awarded with the “Star of Soekarno” distinction.

On the occasion of the second anniversary of the death of the leader of the Cuban Revolution, H.E. Nirsia Castro Guevara, Ambassador of Cuba in Indonesia, handed the iconography to Mrs. Rachmawati Soekarnoputri, Founder of the Soekarno Educational Foundation.

The Day of Cuban National Culture was celebrated in Jakarta

The Day of Cuban National Culture was celebrated in Jakarta

Jakarta, October 20, 2018. The Embassy of Cuba celebrated today the National Culture Day coinciding with the closing of the Jakarta Cuban Cinema Exhibition 2018, Cuban Revolution: 60 years of action without cut! that took place during the last 5 days in this capital, in collaboration with the cultural organization [ESAS] Empu Sendok Arts Station. Present at the ceremony were members of the Diplomatic Corps, the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, friends of the Embassy and representatives of the press that covered the celebration.

Concludes Cuban Film Exhibition in Jakarta

Concludes Cuban Film Exhibition in Jakarta

Jakarta, October 20. With the screening of the feature film "El Benny" concluded today the celebration of the Cuban Film Exibition Jakarta 2018, Cuban Revolution: 60 years of action without cut! organized by the Embassy of the Island in greeting to the National Culture Day and the 60th Anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban Revolution, in cooperation with the cultural organization [ESAS] Empu Sendok Arts Station.

Statement of the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba in Commemoration of National Culture Day

On October 20, 1968, the Cuban National Anthem was written, and sung for the first time, during the festivities for the capture of the city of Bayamo by the Cuban independence troops. With a marked patriotic character, La Bayamesa, the name with which the song was known, is a call to the fight for the independence and sovereignty of the country. Since then, the National Anthem is an expression of the most deeply rooted pro-independence and patriotic values of the Cuban people, as well as the most genuine sense of nation and Cuban roots.

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