Alyona Ageeva, now representative of the political movement Southern Star, has a lifetime of political experience in Eastern Europe, has been a member of many revolutionary organizations and organizations and, above all, is a true global militant and acts locally. Alyona collaborates with La Gaceta de los Miserables from the first issue as correspondent of Eastern Europe, and this interview is the product of our relationship.
1.What are really the main objectives of Southern Star and how did you manage to find this?
The original idea originated in 2012 in Cuba, where volunteers from many countries gather annually in the international “Siham” Camp, sympathizing and supporting the conquest of revolutionary Cuba. We held an informal meeting there, which was attended by representatives of Russia, Nicaragua, Chile, Greece, Iran, Lebanon and some other countries where there is a tradition of a leftwing political movement and there are groups and singles who come to Cuba in order to overcome the disunity between people who have Marxist and neo-Marxist beliefs. When we communicated, an extremely important decision arose to create a certain format of stable communication between the countries.