Cuban President, Raúl Castro, described as immortal the work of Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez, in a message sent to the wife of the deceased Nobel Prize for Literature.
The world, and especially the peoples of Our America, have lost physically a paradigmatic intellectual and writer, affirmed the text divulged in Havana.
The Cuban head of state extended his sincere condolencies and “honest feelings of affection” to the family of García Márquéz, who died yesterday in Mexico at the age of 87.
Gabriel García Márquez had a special relation with the Caribbean nation, especially with Fidel Castro, historical leader of the Cuban Revolution.
His death has had a great impact here, with mourning manifestations of intellectuals and other representatives of the Cuban society.