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MOSCOW, July 30, /ITAR-TASS/. Elder daughter of the legendary Cuban and Latin American revolutionary Che Guevara, Aleida Guevara made a brief visit to Moscow Wednesday.
She spent the several hours of her stay in the Russian capital meetings with Latin American diplomats, Cuban students, teachers of the Latin America University, and representatives of Russian public associations.
“Disunity of people is very dangerous in the face of the threats of nowadays,” she said.
Aleida Guevara recalled her legendary father who had become a symbol of revolution in Cuba and in Latin America and of the Latin Americans’ struggle for independence.
“Unity of nations is the only method for putting up resistance to a common enemy,” she quoted him.
Human civilization is now going through an incredible period of a renovation of history, said Aleida Guevara, a pediatrician by training who spent her whole life saving and assisting children.
“Thanks to the Russian people for this warm reception and hospitality,” she said, adding that the Russians still remembered and loved her great revolutionary father.
She also said that people in Cuba were wholeheartedly well-disposed towards the Russians.