Fidel sends letter to Nicolás Maduro

Fidel sends letter to Nicolás Maduro
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26 September 2014
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The leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, highlighted in a letter sent to the President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, the bravery shown by the head of state in his speech before the United Nations General Assembly, in which he called for the re-founding of the UN.

Below is the full text of the letter:

To the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro.

Dear Nicolás:

I had the pleasure of hearing your speech at the United Nations General Assembly. 

"It was a courageous and exemplary speech, on a par with the heroic President Hugo Chávez, who, in that same place, was capable of unveiling the diabolical policy of the empire which threatens the survival of our species.

The same day, following the meeting of the UN, I also had the privilege of watching the emotional encounter that you had with children, youths and adults in the Bronx, who were very proud to express the values and sentiments of this area of the city of New York. The images of those who expressed there the sentiments of a people who want and deserve to live, are unforgettable and constitute a message of peace. The memory of Hugo Chávez was present throughout.

Still touched by such unforgettable memories, I send you a strong embrace which I ask you to transmit to your delegation and your brave people.

Fidel Castro Ruz

September 24, 2014

9.32 a.m.

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