Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz, better known as Fidel Castro, Fidel, as we Cubans always call him, was born in Birán, Holguín province, on August 13, 1926 and died in Havana, Cuba, on November 25, 2016. Son of a landowner, lawyer, of high social class, he left his comfortable economic position and led the Cuban people's struggle for their true independence.
Athens, 20 November. Lefteris Nikolaou Alavanos, a member of the European Parliament by the KKE and a member of the party's Department of International Relations, held a virtual meeting with Juan Carlos Marsan Aguilera, vice-head of the International Relations Department of the PCC Central Committee. They were accompanied by the Greek side by Aris Evangelidis, head of Latin America of the Department of International Relations of the KKE and by the Cuban side by Ileana Hernández, Head of Europe of the Department of International Relations of the PCC, Silvia Colunga official of the department and Cuba's ambassador to Greece Zelmys María Dominguez Cortina.