HAVANA, Cuba, Mar 16 (acn) The presentation of a series of books devoted to the traditions of Cuba is one of the most effective ways of taking the love of the Caribbean island to the hearts of Russian citizens.
At least that is how the journalist and ex-diplomat Alexander Moiseev seemed to put it into practice, when talking about the presentation of his book 'Cuba: una enseñanza para cada día', (Cuba: a teaching for each day), where he mixed origins, explanations and examples of flattering comments, riddles and popular jokes, reported Prensa Latina news agency.
If someone wants to get to know the Cuban people closely, they must experience those facets that are part of the folklore, traditions and, above all, idiosyncrasy of those who inhabit in the largest island of the Antilles.
In the presentation, Marcos Felix Lazo, second head of the Cuban diplomatic mission in Moscow, stressed that this activity occurs within the framework of the acts for the 60th anniversary of the restoration of diplomatic relations between his country and Russia.
Lazo recalled that the aforementioned anniversary is celebrated on May 8, on the eve of the 75th anniversary of Victory Day over fascism.