Fidel Castro considers Metropolitan Kirill his ally in opposing

Havana, October 23, Interfax – The former Cuban leader Fidel Castro stated that Chairman of the Moscow Patriarchate Department for External Church Relations Metropolitan Kirill of Smolensk and Kaliningrad shared his views on the US foreign policy.

“There is no reason to make any minor concession to the Yankee imperialism. I have an impression that His Eminence shares my opinion,” he says in his article published by Granma – the paper of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party.

“He is not anti-Muslim, he respects this religion. In frames of his ecumenical conception, he believes that the Catholic Church can solve its problems with such countries as China and Vietnam,” Castro said.

Fidel Castro confessed he had an “agreeable and edifying” meeting with Metropolitan Kirill who is visiting the countries of Latin America.

“His Eminence is no enemy of socialism and doesn’t condemn to the eternal fire those like us basing on Marxism-Leninism to fight for just world. When he speaks to the UN Human Rights Commission and other organizations, they listen to him with great respect. In his enormous country, he often speaks on a 15 minute TV program and dozen million people follow him with interest,” the article went on to say.

Speaking about recent consecration of the first Russian Church in Cuba conducted by Metropolitan Kirill, Castro noted that the capital of his country “has been enriched with a church worthy of a prestigious Russian Orthodox Church.” According to the Cuban leader,
it is an irrefutable proof of Cuba’s respect to “one of the fundamental principle of human rights, which is consonant to the profound and radical socialist revolution.”

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  1. Sorry, it makes ask the question that if there is so much respect for human concerns in that country, why are they all trying so hard to come here?

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