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-DATE-
19930226
-YEAR-
1993
-DOCUMENT TYPE-

-AUTHOR-

-HEADLINE-
Castro Interviewed by German Newspaper Reporter
-PLACE-
CARIBBEAN / Cuba
-SOURCE-
Hamburg BILD
-REPORT NO.-
FBIS-LAT-93-038
-REPORT DATE-
19930301
-HEADER-
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Report Type:         Daily report             AFS Number:     AU2602144093
Report Number:       FBIS-LAT-93-038          Report Date:    01 Mar 93
Report Series:       Daily Report             Start Page:     1
Report Division:     CARIBBEAN                End Page:       1
Report Subdivision:  Cuba                     AG File Flag:   
Classification:      UNCLASSIFIED             Language:       German
Document Date:       26 Feb 93
Report Volume:       Monday Vol VI No 038

Dissemination:  

City/Source of Document:   Hamburg BILD

Report Name:   Latin America

Headline:   Castro Interviewed by German Newspaper Reporter

Author(s):   Peter Brinkmann; place and date not given: ``Fidel Castro: I Am A
Slave of the Revolution'']

Source Line:   AU2602144093 Hamburg BILD in German 26 Feb 93 p 2

Subslug:   [Interview with President Fidel Castro by Peter Brinkmann; place
and date not given: ``Fidel Castro: I Am A Slave of the
Revolution'']

-TEXT-
FULL TEXT OF ARTICLE:
1.  [Interview with President Fidel Castro by Peter Brinkmann; place and date
not given: ``Fidel Castro: I Am A Slave of the Revolution'']

2.  [Excerpts] [Passage omitted on introductory paragraph on situation in
Cuba]

3.  [Brinkmann] What can Germany do for Cuba?

4.  [Castro] I hope the new, powerful Germany will increase its pressure on
America to end the embargo. Yet the new President, Clinton, is not Alexander
the Great, who could cut the Gordian knot of political relations between Cuba
and America with a sword. I have done many marathons for socialism. Yet I do
not want to remain a slave of the revolution forever. I am now 66. I hope
someone else will take over the baton of revolution within the next five
years. Still, people need me. We must complete the revolution.

5.  Say hello to Germany; the Germans are always welcome here. [passage
omitted]

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