The ambassador expressed so on his official Twitter account, recalling that on Friday the Commander in Chief fulfills his 95th birth anniversary.
With the hashtag #FidelViveCubaSigue (#FidelLivesCubaCarriesOn), the diplomat also emphasized the imprint of that leader in the current development of science in Cuba, which has achieved five vaccine candidates against Covid-19.
This feat is possible for the resilience of a people and its leaders who know no fainting and creatively grow ahead of difficulties, the diplomat indicated.
Pedroso pointed out that on Friday the International Virtual Meeting ‘Fidel, a Man of Science with a Vision of the Future’ will be held, in which Cuba’s President Miguel Diaz-Canel, alongside national and Latin American analysts will participate.
That event pays tribute to Fidel Castro and his vision on the development of science, to which he gave a strong impetus in Cuba through various programs and strategies.
Fidel Castro (1926-2016) – born 95 years ago today in Biran, in eastern Cuba- is currently considered one of the most transcendental political figures of the 20th century.
The historic leader headed the triumphant 1959 Revolution that turned the nation into a socialist country and promoted international solidarity as an essential element in the defense of fair causes.