Fidel Castro praises Obama speech in Cairo
He said the U.S. president "has great communication skills" and noted that in the speech, delivered without using a paper, "the number of periods is insignificant compared with its predecessor (George W. Bush), which was wrong on every point" . Tue, 09/06/2009 - 08:57
Havana, Cuba, Central America .- The Cuban leader Fidel Castro's speech praised the U.S. president, Barack Obama, at the Islamic University of Al-Azhar in Cairo, Egypt, but had doubts and criticisms about the level of commitment to the ideas raised.
In a new "Reflections" published on Tuesday that the official media, also said that the head of the White House, which has devoted several articles this year, has "an impressive capacity for work. It will take time and will not be a case like .