Cuba Concerned over Ecological Issues

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jueves, 03 de junio de 2010
Imagen activa03 de junio de 2010, 12:20Havana, Jun 3 (Prensa Latina) The Second International Colloquium "Jose Marti for a Culture of Nature" will foster ecological issue and environmental care in Cuba.

  The meeting, to be held at the capital's Conference Center on June 9-11, will be attended by more than 300 foreign and Cuban delegates.

Marti Program Office director Armando Hart stated that for a first time humanity is sick to death and, as patriots and followers of Marti's thinking, the Cuban hero said that Homeland is humanity, and we have to save it.

During a conference held at the capital's Jose Marti Cultural Society, it was informed that the Third Youth Forum "A world ahead, natural heritage and its relationship with young people" will run parallel to the event.

Cuba Concerned over Ecological Issues        Havana, Jun 3. -The Second International Colloquium "Jose Marti for a Culture of Nature" will foster ecological issue and environmental care in Cuba.

The meeting, to be held at the capital's Conference Center on June 9-11, will be attended by more than 300 foreign and Cuban delegates.

Marti Program Office director Armando Hart stated that for a first time humanity is sick to death and, as patriots and followers of Marti's thinking, the Cuban hero said that Homeland is humanity, and we have to save it.

During a conference held at the capital's Jose Marti Cultural Society, it was informed that the Third Youth Forum "A world ahead, natural heritage and its relationship with young people" will run parallel to the event. (Prensa Latina)