July 22, 2014 19:54
Fidel Castro thinks Russia, China should head new world
MADRID. July 22 (Interfax) - Russia and China are destined to head the new world in order to ensure the survival of humanity, former Cuban leader Fidel Castro said in an article released by the Cuban newspaper Granma on Tuesday.
Russia and China should head the new world and this will allow humanity to survive, if imperialism does not unleash criminal war for destruction before this, Castro said.
According to the former Cuban leader, Russia and China could make a big contribution to science, technology and economic development of South African and Caribbean states.
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