Santa Cruz, Bolivia, Oct 8. -The remembrance activities of the 43rd anniversary of the murder of revolutionary Ernesto Che Guevara in Bolivia began on Thursday in the eastern locality of Vallegrande.
Cuban ambassador to this country, Rafael Dausa, told Prensa Latina that Cuban and Venezuelan members of the diplomatic, health, education missions as well as social workers will place a wreath at the Mausoleum, where the remains of the "Heroic Guerrilla" and his collaborators had been buried for 30 years.
They will also visit historical sites as the grave, where Tamara Bunker (Tania) and some members of the rearguard group, headed by Joaquin (Cuban Juan Vitalio Acuña), were buried in 1967, the diplomat affirmed.
Fraternal groups with Cuba disclosed that these events will pave the way to ratify the validity of the internationalist thinking of Che Guevara and demand the United States to cease the blockade it has imposed on Cuba for more than 50 years. (Prensa Latina)