Santa Cruz, January 21 (RHC)-- Wednesday Bolivian Vice President Álvaro García Linera and leaders of the autonomous government of the municipality of Santa Cruz de la Sierra attended the opening of the José Martí Plaza, named after the National Hero of Cuba.
The inauguration of the plaza was as part of activities in Bolivia on Martí's 163rd birthday anniversary, celebrated on January 28th.
During the solemn ceremony, Vice President García Linera highlighted the validity today of José Martí's ideals of national independence and unity among all Latin American nations and peoples.
Cuba's consul in Santa Cruz Noel Quesada expressed his gratitude to Bolivian authorities, especially the country's vice president and Santa Cruz Major Percy Fernández for the gesture of solidarity.
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