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Opdateret den 27 juni, 2000

26 de Junio de 2000

En Cuba restos de otros combatientes
de la guerrilla del Che

La Habana, 26 jun. (AIN).— En horas de la tarde de ayer arribaron al aeropuerto internacional José Martí los restos de seis heroicos combatientes de la guerrilla del Che en Bolivia y fueron trasladados en ceremonia solemne a la sala Granma del Ministerio de las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias.

Se trata de los cubanos Eliseo Reyes Rodríguez (Rolando o San Luis), Antonio Sánchez Díaz (Marcos o Pinares) y José María Martínez Tamayo (Ricardo, Chinchu o Papi), de los bolivianos Serapio Aquino Tudela (Serapio o Serafín) y Casildo Condori Vargas (Víctor), y del peruano Restituto José Cabrera Flores (Negro o Médico).

Como resultado de la constancia y de la voluntad manifiesta en las labores de búsqueda y exhumación realizadas en Bolivia han sido hallados, identificados y trasladados a nuestro país los restos de estos gloriosos compañeros, quienes protagonizaron una de las paginas más hermosas y dignas del internacionalismo revolucionario.

En la sala Granma permanecerán custodiados transitoriamente hasta su traslado definitivo al memorial comandante Ernesto Che Guevara en la ciudad de Santa Clara. 

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ANTONIO
SANCHES DIA
(Marcos o Pinares).
Cubano (1927-1967)
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JOSE MARIA MAYO
(Ricardo,

Chinchu Papi).
Cubano (1936-1967)
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ELISEO
REYES RODRIGUEZ
(Rolando o San Luis).
Cubano (1940-1967)
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CASILDO
CONDORI TUDELA
(Victor).Boliviano
(1941-1967)
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ESERAPIO
AQUINO TUDELA

(Serapio o Serafín).
Boliviano (1951-1967)

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RESTITUTO
JOSE CABRERA
(Negro o Médico).
Peruano (1931-1967)

 

HAVANA -

The remains of six former comrades-in-arms of Argentine-Cuban guerrilla legend Ernesto ''Che'' Guevara, all killed fighting in Bolivia 33 years ago, have been flown back to Cuba, state media reported on Monday.
The arrival on Sunday of the remains of the three Cubans, two Bolivians and one Peruvian brought to nearly 30 the number of former guerrillas killed with Guevara whose bodies have been transported to the communist-ruled island for final burial over the last three years.
They were unearthed in Bolivia by a Cuban forensic team that discovered the secret grave of Guevara there in 1997.
His body was carried in triumph back to Cuba where it was enshrined in a specially built mausoleum.

The latest bodies flown back to the island were those of Cubans Eliseo Reyes Rodriguez, known by his combat nickname ''Capitan San Luis,'' Antonio Sanchez Diaz, Jose Maria Martinez Tamayo, Bolivians Serapio Aquino Tudela and Casildo Condori Vargas and Peruvian Restituto Jose Cabrera Flores.
Their remains are to lie in state at the Havana headquarters of Cuba's Armed Forces before being transferred to the Guevara memorial in the central city of Santa Clara.
The six former fighters were part of the guerrilla group led by Guevara that had tried unsuccessfully to launch a peasant revolution in the jungles of Bolivia.

Guevara, who had played a leading role in Cuba's 1959 Revolution alongside Fidel Castro, was killed by the Bolivian army in October, 1967, after being captured wounded.

Havana

 

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