Ireland, May 20, 2017. At a meeting at the Residence of the Cuban Embassy in Dublin, resident Cubans and their children paid tribute to National Hero Jose Marti on the 122nd anniversary of his fall in combat.
In the activity were offered Martians poems to the infants, who could also enjoy Cuban music, games and goodies.
The event was attended by Ambassador Hermes Herrera and Minister Ana Rosa Rojas.
In his visit to Cuba last February, the President of Ireland Michael D Higgins referred to the Cuban hero Jose Marti (1853-1895), who, while preparing the anti-colonial revolution in exile in New York, devoted time to the anthropological study of the Irish community, stood out representative figures of the independence movement of the European nation. (Embacuba Irelanda)