The prestigious legacy of the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, in the foreign policy of the island was highlighted in Havana to mark the 93rd anniversary of his birth.
On the regular Mesa Redonda (roundtable) TV program on Monday, two Cuban diplomats highlighted Fidel's role in the construction of the Caribbean nation's revolutionary diplomacy.
One of the first Cuban ambassadors posted abroad following the triumph of the Revolution, Jorge Bolaños, highlighted the diplomatic position of the island, linked to truth and solidarity.
For his part, Ambassador Alejandro Gonzalez also recalled his beginnings at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MINREX), where he discussed several issues related to the country's foreign policy with the Commander-in-Chief.
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel stated a few months ago that the continuity of Cuba's foreign policy is guaranteed and called to defend Fidel Castro's legacy in diplomatic matters.