Fidel Castro Ruz

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Noun1.Fidel Castro Ruz - Cuban socialist leader who overthrew a dictator in 1959 and established a Marxist socialist state in Cuba (born in 1927)
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"After the flight of dictator Fulgencio Batista and his closest henchmen to the United States, leaving the country flooded with the blood of more than 20,000 martyrs, the rebel forces of the Freedom Caravan headed by Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, entered Havana exactly 60 years ago, " the ambassador said, adding that guided wisely and firmly by its historical leader the Cuban people today are not only proud of having been able to safeguard their sovereignty and independence just 90 miles from the most powerful empire of all times, but also achieved economic and social objectives that today constitute chimeras difficult to reach by most of the Third World countries.
class="MsoNormalIn the late 1980s, Fidel Castro Ruz, then Cuba's Commander-in-Chief, warned Cubans that they needed to be alive to the possibility of the dissolution of the Soviet Union at the time Cuba's largest trading partner and what such an occurrence would mean for Cuba.
Ambassador said that we celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban revolution; we always bear in mind the legacy of our historic leader, Fidel Castro Ruz, and the commitment of the new generations to the Revolution.
At the same time, it reflected the legacy of the Commander in Chief, Fidel Castro Ruz, and the continuity of his project.
On July 26, 1953, a group of brave Cuban revolutionaries who would be remembered in Cuban history as the Centennial Generation, led by then young lawyer Fidel Castro Ruz, assaulted two of the main military fortress of BatistaA's soldiers.
Dr Fidel Castro Ruz (late) (Cuban), Services to Pakistan
On July 26, 1953 Fidel Castro Ruz, along with an armed group of 123 men and women, attacked the Moncada army barracks in Santiago de Cuba in Guantanamo Province.
Fidel Castro Ruz, former President of the Republic of Cuba, to the Ambassador and recalled the past memories of Fidel Castro, the iconic revolutionary of the twentieth century.