The five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters serving outrageous sentences in the United States -known as the Cuban Five- have the support of Bulgarian artists who recently inaugurated an exhibition dedicated to them in Sofia.
Bulgarian journalist Krasi Venkiva, a writer for the organ of the Communist Party of that country, published a review of the exhibition titled ” A Walk through the Havana of yesterday, today and ever”, and read a poem dedicated to Ramon Labañino, Gerardo Hernandez, Fernando Gonzalez, Antonio Guerrero and Rene Gonzalez, in a moving gesture of solidarity at the inauguration of the event.
Venkova said the Cuban Five were unjustly condemned since they were trying to warn over actions led by anti-Cuba terrorist groups based in the U.S state of Florida, reads a reported on the Cuban Foreign Ministry’s website www.cubaminrex.cu.
In her article, Venkova explained that the exhibition takes viewers to a tour of Havana that represents the long and hard road walked by the Cuban people throughout nearly five decades of the economic blockade imposed by the U.S., maintaining, in spite of which, their goals and ideals.
The inauguration of the exhibition was attended by Cuban ambassador to Bulgaria Teresa Capote, as well as local writers, poets and musicians.