Managua, August 12 (RHC-PL) -- Members of Cuban diplomatic and cooperation missions in Nicaragua paid tribute to revolutionary leader Fidel Castro on the 91st anniversary of his birth.
Cuban diplomatic personnel and health workers renewed their commitment to honoring the legacy of the commander-in-chief of the Cuban Revolution during a ceremony held Friday at the Cuban Embassy in Managua.
Cuban Consul Roberto Marrero highlighted in a brief speech the full validity of Fidel's ideas, specially the principles of social justice, solidarity and internationalism that he promoted and defended throughout his entire life.
The main activity to mark Fidel's birthday anniversary in Nicaragua was Saturday's opening of a scientific center that bears his name in the northern department of Chinandega, on the border with Honduras.
Nicaraguan Vice President Rosario Murillo announced that the facility will have certified laboratories to measure the fertility of soils, in the Central American country's efforts toward agricultural development.
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