Camagüey, Nov 26.- The new generations were protagonists of the tribute paid by the people of Camagüey to Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, of whom they highlighted the transcendence of his thought and action.
On the seventh anniversary of the physical disappearance of the Historical Leader of the Cuban Revolution, pioneers and students from all levels of education, including higher education, honored the exceptional man in the Jimaguayú Hall of the Plaza de la Revolución Mayor General Ignacio Agramonte Loynaz.
The young teacher Maraydi Guerra Regueiferos recognized Fidel's work in pursuit of the professional, revolutionary and patriotic training of the new buds, and assured that it is an honor and a commitment to defend the ideology of the Commander in Chief, a criterion shared by the worker Aracelys Tamayo Estevez.
Meanwhile, the students of the Álvaro Morell Urban Pre-University Institute, Johana de la Caridad Bombino Gómez and Liz Dianelis Barreiras Carneado, expressed their commitment to contributing to Fidel's ideas remaining valid because, as María Claudia Perelló Más stated, “we are the future of this country.”
This Saturday, thousands of Camagüeyans, with a large representation of children, adolescents and young people, showed that Fidel's footprint is still alive, during the tribute that the entire town paid to him, led by Federico Hernández Hernández, member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba and his first secretary in the province, and Governor Jorge Enrique Sutil Sarabia. (Juan Mendoza Medina/Radio Cadena Agramonte) (Photo: Humberto Cid González/Radio Cadena Agramonte)