The Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba in India, Alejandro Simancas Marin, together with Ramit Singh Chimni, President of the jury of the UNESCO International José Martí Prize and founder of the organization "Eight Goals One Foundation", organized a meeting at the headquarters of the diplomatic mission in Delhi on the occasion of the 64th anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban Revolution and the 170th anniversary of the birth of our National Hero, José Martí.
The Cuban Ambassador took the opportunity to recognize Ramit for his work and dedication to promote the thought, life and work of José Martí in India. He also highlighted the ties that unite him with the Cuban people, on the occasion of the celebration of 64 years of friendship and solidarity between the two nations on January 12.
Ramit Singh, for his side, thanked the Cuban Embassy for its support and collaboration in promoting new projects in India, which contribute to bring the new generations closer to Marti's thought. He also stressed the importance of the Conference For the Balance of the World, to be held from January 24 to 28 in Havana, as a space for debate and reflection on contemporary problems, while extending an invitation to the guests to participate in future editions. He also highlighted the spirit of struggle and resistance of the Cuban people in the face of the different adversities and aggressions they have faced for so many years, especially the economic, commercial and financial blockade.
The meeting was attended by the former Deputy Prime Minister of Slovenia and former European Commissioner for Transport, Violeta Bluc, who will travel to Cuba in the coming days to participate in the V Conference for the Balance of the World. Also present were diplomats accredited in Delhi, academics, intellectuals, teachers, students and Indian social activists.