In the Studio room of the New Star Cinema in Athens and with the presence of a large audience, the 55th anniversary of the assassination of Commander Ernesto Che Guevara in Bolivia was commemorated. The central words were pronounced by his daughter Aleida Guevara March, who traveled especially from Havana to attend this important event of remembrance and tribute to the man who gave his precious and fruitful life, fighting against imperialism, for the liberation and independence of our peoples of Latin America and consequently for the dignity and decorum of all the exploited and subjugated of the world. Various speakers, including Giorgos Mavrikos, honorary president of the World Federation of Trade Unions, Nikos Karandreas, president of the Hellenic-Cuban Friendship and Solidarity Association, Despina Markou, president of the Greek Committee of International Democratic Solidarity (EEDDA), Nikos Mottas, member of the Board of Directors of the Hellenic-Cuban Friendship Association of Thessaloniki and the poet Babis Zafiratos, spoke during the evening and highlighted the validity and strength of Che's thought and work and the importance of his legacy for the formation of new generations not only in Latin America, but in all parts of the world. The Cuban ambassador to Greece, Aramís Fuente Hernández, also greeted the event and highlighted the importance of the figure and thought of Che, at this time, when times are increasingly complex and humanity faces terrifying dangers and debate between war and peace or in the peremptory need to survive the already practically irreversible climatic changes. This day, which reaffirmed the imperishable example of Che and his confirmation in history as one of the most important and respected figures of the 20th century, included, among its moments of great emotion, the performance by the well-known musicians Zoi Tiganouria and Nikos Theodorakis of the song Until Victory Always.