HAVANA, Nov. 25 (ACN) Many are the solidarity and gratitude expressions that have been raised in different parts of the world to honor the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, on the occasion of the third anniversary of his death.
Nicolas Maduro, president of Venezuela, highlighted Castro's struggle to strengthen equality, unity and self-determination of the Cuban people.
The legacy of the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, who died on November 25, 2016, aged 90, was remembered in Romania at a ceremony held at the seat of the Romanian Socialist Party.
There, the Cuban ambassador, Roberto Cesar Hamilton, affirmed that Fidel Castro continues mobilizing multitudes in his day-to-day riding as a tireless fighter of thought and action, and in his unstoppable struggle for the noblest causes and for the humble of the world.
At the same time, Ethiopians who graduated in Cuba and are part of the solidarity movement with the island held a day of blood donation to pay tribute to the ideas and example of Fidel.
The Cuban ambassador, Vilma Thomas Ramirez, expressed gratefulness for the expressions of gratitude and solidarity and for the respect and affection for Fidel, who remains alive in the hearts and works of those graduates on the Caribbean island.
On the other hand, a representation of Cuban diplomats and collaborators in South Africa, in the health, education, construction and defense sectors, gathered in Pretoria's Freedom Park to pay tribute to the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution on the third anniversary of his death.
Cuban and Chinese authorities also recognized today Castro´s contribution to the permanent increase of ties between the two countries.
Carlos Miguel Pereira, Cuban ambassador to that Asian nation, described Fidel Castro as "an undisputed inspirer and promoter of our common friendship.
Besides, different activities were carried out by Cuban diplomats, collaborators and students in Vietnam to pay tribute to Fidel Castro.
For their part, the Latin American solidarity associations in Fontenay Sous Bois, near Paris, organized a day of debate on the achievements of women in Cuban society.
After the screening of the documentary "Cubanas, Mujeres en Revolucion", by Basque-Argentine filmmaker Maria Torrellas, the first secretary of the Cuban Embassy to France, Yurielkys Sarduy, made a presentation stressing the full insertion and participation of women in the political, economic and social development of the country.