Havana, Aug 14 – Serbian writer Dragoslava Koprivica presented in this capital the Spanish edition of her book, “The Immortal Castro and Serbian Lineage”, and dedicated it to the Cuban Five imprisoned in the USA since 1998.
In the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples, Koprivica said that among the reasons that led her to write the book is the respect for the leader of the revolution, Fidel Castro, whom he considered a brother of the Serbian people.
Fidel Castro has a vision of the future and his considerations illuminate and lead the nations that with joint action should combat the evils of capitalism, she said.
The leader of the revolution chose to fight for humanity, said Koprivica, also a journalist, and Cuba, which she described as global carrier of hope, knew how to rebirth from suffering as the Serbian people did.
Koprivica dedicated the book to the five anti-terrorists imprisoned in U.S. jails since 1998.
Gerardo Hernandez, Antonio Guerrero, Fernando Gonzalez, Ramon Labañino and Rene Gonzalez were arrested and sentenced to severe penalties for warning their country about violent actions plans concocted by right wing groups based in the United States.
Rene Gonzalez, after serving his prison term, began to settle in the United States three years of supervised release, but those conditions were modified by Judge Joan Lenard on May 3.
The lawyer accepted the permanence of Gonzalez in Cuba in exchange for the renunciation of U.S. citizenship, certificate he received from the hands of the authorities in this country on May 9.
Source: Prensa Latina