HAVANA TIMES — The official Cuban press published on Monday current photos of former President Fidel Castro, week
s after new rumors of his death, reported dpa news.
The Communist Party newspaper “Granma” released on its website a total of 21 photographs of Castro, 88, who returned a week ago to the public stage after months of silence.
The pictures show side views of Castro next to a recent newspaper published subsequent to December 17, the date on which the governments of the United States and Cuba announced a landmark agreement to resume diplomatic relations after more than half a century.
The former president did not pronouncement himself on the accords until January 26 when, by way of a letter read publicly, he acknowledged his brother’s authority to engage in such diplomacy but said he didn’t trust the USA.
In the photos shown he entertains a visit on January 23rd with Randy Perdomo, the current leader of the Federation of University Students (FEU).