Fidel will turn 87 and his revolution keeps on
Born in Biran, Cuba, one August 13, 1926, the socialist revolutionary Fidel Castro Ruz, who has cultivated a communist vision in all human affairs, has become the most important rival of the U.S. Government, which blocked all connections with the country in January 1959 by breaking bilateral relations and closing its embassy in Havana.
The Cuban leader, who tomorrow will turn 87, will be celebrated with concerts and book presentations on the island.
Popular reggaeton singer and admirer of Castro, Baby Lores, will conduct the main concert. Moreover, the books “The Immortal Castro and the Serbian descent,” of the Serbian journalist Dragoslava Koprivica and “Fidel Castro, a soldier of ideas. Technologies and media. Thematic Selection 1959-2011 “, of Cuban Omar Perez, official of the Communist Party, will be presented.
Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa, who maintains a good relationship with Castro, has not pronounced himself on the Cuban leader’s birthday.