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Havana, Cuba_ The Central Palace of Computing celebrated its 27 years of creation by the Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, CubaDebate publishes.

During the day the first vice president of the Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermúdez, visited the different facilities of the emblematic place, where he shared with Cuban children and youth who learn, play and enjoy using high technological equipment in that prestigious house in Centro Habana.

Diaz-Canel congratulated the guild of the Youth Computer Club on its anniversary, and recalled the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, when he founded that institution in 1987, as a direct means to make available to everyone the knowledge of Computing.

The member of the Political Bureau stressed the importance of these centers to continue with the process of computerization of the Cuban society, since it is a vital network that functions as a gateway to mass knowledge. "Advancing in the development of these houses of technological training and recreation, is the only way to give continuity to the Fidel’s legacy", he said.

Later, the National Direction of the Youth Clubs took the opportunity to recognize the work of companies and personalities linked to that institution for 30 years. Raúl Vantroi Navarro Martínez, general director, presented the 30th anniversary recognition to Cuban President Raúl Castro Ruz, on behalf of all workers.

They also recognized the Ministry of Communications, the Young Communist League, the Telecommunications Company of Cuba (ETECSA) and COPEXTEL, as fundamental pillars of the Youth Club throughout the archipelago.

The Cuban vice president gave recognition to eight workers who are part of the always Youth Computer Club for more than 27 years, especially to three founders of the Central Palace of Computing.

 

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