10-19-2021 The director of the Cervantes Institute, Luis García Montero, presents the mayor of Seville, Juan Espadas, at the informative meetings of Europa Press Andalucía, on October 19, 2020 at the headquarters of the CajaGranada Granada Cultural Center (Andalusia). Europa Press Andalucía celebrates this Tuesday, October 19 in Granada, with the sponsorship of Fundación Cajasol, Cepsa and Fundación CajaGranada, a new edition of its informative meetings in face-to-face format with the participation of the secretary general of the PSOE-A and the mayor of Seville, Juan Espadas, who participates for the first time as leader of the PSOE-A and the director of the Cervantes Institute, Luis García Montero, moderated by the delegate of Europa Press Andalucía, Francisco Morón. CULTURE Álex Cámara – Europa Press
MADRID, 28 (EUROPA PRESS)
The Kings Felipe and Letizia have transferred to the poet and director of the Cervantes Institute, Luis García Montero, their “closeness” and “affection” for the death of his wife, the writer Almudena Grandes, who died this Saturday at the age of 61, a victim of cancer , as reported by Casa Real.
In this message addressed to García Montero, the Kings have expressed their “appreciation” for Grandes’ literary work, also highlighting his “personal and journalistic contribution to the analysis of our time.”
Finally, they have said goodbye with a “strong hug” for all their family “with the affection and the most affectionate memory”.