Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro sent Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega a letter stressing that talent shone among the leaders that gathered in Managua for the Summit of Petrocaribe.
In his letter Fidel stressed the hosting by Managua of the 8th Summit of Heads of State and Government of Petrocaribe energy regional integration bloc. He said it was fair that Nicaragua was the venue of the meeting, a nation that overcame the imperial blow that took place under one of the least cultured, cynical and fraudulent rulers picked by US Oligarchy.
He said that man used money from drug and arms trafficking to take out of Venezuelan prisons, the main terrorist of a group trained by the CIA to bomb a Cuban airliner in mid air with 73 people on board, including the Cuban youths that had just won the Central American Fencing Championship.
Washington's paid assassins left their bloody imprints on numerous nations of our Americas, such as Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Panama, Mexico and others, said Fidel Castro, who explained that it would be an endless effort to include in his letter the long list of crimes and plunders carried out around the world by the governments and repressive forces led by the Empire and its bastard accomplices.
Fidel goes on to send his best wishes to Daniel and Rosario for the excellent meeting and he underscored the role played by Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro, whom he described as a modest, humblest and honorable person currently meeting the duty left to him by unforgettable Bolivarian leader Hugo Chavez.
Maduro has proven to have the talent, integrity and energy that the great leader perceived in him. Talent also shines among the leaders that met in Managua and who fight for their peoples' right to health, education, development, material and moral wellbeing, Fidel pointed out.
The Cuban Revolution leader also expressed his affection towards Ecuador's Rafael Correa who, under current war threats by the Empire, strongly rejected the threatening statements by the president of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee in the event that Ecuador granted political asylum to Edward Snowden.
Fidel cites the communiqué issued by the Ecuadorian Presidency that stated that Ecuador does not admit any pressures or threats from anybody, and it does not trades with principles or submits them to market interests, no matter how important these interests may be.
He closes his letter by wishing congratulations to Daniel Ortega and Rosario and concludes with an "Onwards to Victory for Ever," as Comandante Hugo Chavez used to say. (RHC)