Argentina donates Cuba 250,000 books
Argentine government donated Cuba 250,000 books, within a collection of five anthologies, as a token of the close ties of friendship between both countries.
Aique Group Editor director Teresita Valdettaro, which is in charge of donating the copies, told media representatives accredited to be at 16th International Book Fair that anthologies have 50,000 volumes each.
Poetry, short stories, story tales, comic strips and anthology (tango, folklore and rock) are among the genre.
Argentine Ministry of Culture Jose Nun and Cuban Ministry of Culture Abel Prieto had a conversation on the historic ties between both countries, geographically located very far from one another, but close in art and history.
Argentina is guests of honor to 16 International Book Fair, in session here since February 8 until March 11 in 40 cities of Cuban country.
Argentina participates in this Fair with a delegation of 180 intellectuals, among them writers David Vinas and Vicente Battista, musicians Juan Carlos Baglietto and Lito Vitale, social fighter Hebe de Bonafini and parliamentary Miguel Bonasso.