Cuba gives recognition to Unesco’s Director

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This recognition is the second that is delivered to a top official in that country. | Photo: ACN

Cuban historian of the city of Havana, Eusebio Leal, delivered Sunday to the Director general of the Organization of the United Nations for education, science and culture (Unesco) Irina Bokova, the Commemorative Medal on the occasion of his visit to the former capital city to view the restoration process.
The award was presented by the historian in the Palace of the Marqués de Arcos, in old Havana, where Bokova recognized the value of this medal.
> Cuba recovers exemplary stolen valuable Atlas of history in the old city of #LaHabana with Eusebio Leal #PatrimonioMundial pic.twitter.com/Zu27R6PYug – Irina Bokova (@IrinaBokova) 29 April 2017 the piece delivered to the representative of Unesco is made with antique silver and bronze collected by the Cuban people.
Leal pointed out showing so that the restoration of a historic site or a piece is a contribution that made everyone. This would be the second medal which is given to a senior official and there are 25 pieces in total. 

During the city tour, the Director received an explanation of the process of restoration. 
Bokova also participates in the festivities by the International Jazz day, which is celebrated each April 30 and this Sixth Edition is headquarters to Cuba with the participation of musicians from all over the world.
The official visit coincides with the 70 anniversary of the entry of Cuba to the Organization of the United Nations based in Paris and founded on 16 November 1945. 
> Cuba today reminds victory over imperialist aggression in the 1961