Havana, December 24 (RHC)-- The President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, has received a picture drawn by imprisoned Cuban anti-terrorist Antonio Guerrero.
The picture was handed to President Maduro in Havana, by Rene González, one of the Five Cubans imprisoned in the United States for monitoring terrorist activities against Cuba. Gonzalez already served a 13 year sentence and has returned to the Island.
The drawing by anti-terrorist fighter Antonio Guerrero, a noted painter, who is currently imprisoned at the Mariana Prison, in the U.S. state of Florida, shows the Leader of the Venezuelan Revolution, the late Commandante Hugh Chavez, with his daughter, Maria, and is based on a photo taken by Alex Castro.
Upon receiving the picture, President Maduro spoke to Antonio Guerrero's mother, Mirta Rodriguez, and his sister, Maruchy, thanking them for the gesture as a symbol of Cuba's love for the late Venezuelan leader He said that it was an expression of the will to continue the struggle for the final liberation of the four heroes still imprisoned in the United States.
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