Cuban Foreign Minister exchanges with counterparts from several countries › World › Granma

As part of the agenda of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, the member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, held meetings with counterparts from various nations, according to details on his Twitter account.

With the Nicaraguan Foreign Minister, Denis Moncada, he reaffirmed the common will to deepen bilateral relations and collaboration, in accordance with genuine ties of friendship. He also thanked the Nicaraguan people and government for the constant solidarity with Cuba.

He exchanged with the Foreign Minister of Timor-Leste, Adaljiza AXR Magno about the historic ties of friendship and cooperation that unite both nations, and highlighted the remarkable results of medical collaboration, as well as the desire to expand bilateral cooperation.

He also held a fraternal reunion with the Argentine Foreign Minister, Santiago Cafiero, where they agreed on the need to face the common challenges of our region in a cohesive manner, deepening integration. Rodríguez Parrilla recognized the role played by Argentina as Pro Tempore Presidency of CELAC.

During the exchange, they also ratified the common will to continue deepening bilateral relations and economic-commercial, investment and cooperation ties. Likewise, he thanked for the solidarity help after the fire in Matanzas.

With the Foreign Minister of Guinea Bissau, Suzi Carla Barbosa discussed the excellent results of the recent official visit of President Umaro Sissoco Embaló to Cuba, which contributed to strengthening the ties of friendship, solidarity and cooperation between both nations.

In the meeting with the Foreign Minister of India, Dr. S. Jaishankar, they highlighted the historical ties of friendship between the two countries and expressed their willingness to continue strengthening bilateral cooperation and developing economic, trade and investment ties.

The head of Hungarian diplomacy, Péter Szijjártó, and Rodríguez Parrilla, ratified the will to strengthen bilateral political dialogue and continue promoting economic-commercial, investment and cooperation ties. In addition, they signed agreements for diplomatic training and education.

Accompanied by the Foreign Minister of the Marshall Islands, Kitlang Kabua addressed the common challenges that climate change and the right to development impose on small island states.

In a fraternal meeting with the State Councilor and Minister of Foreign Affairs of China, Wang Yi, they agreed to highlight the excellent state of bilateral ties and the high level of agreement and mutual support on issues on the international agenda.

«I unequivocally ratified position in favor of the principle of one China and condemning interference in its internal affairs. I thanked the Chinese people and government for their solidarity and support for Cuba, in the confrontation with the pandemic and after the tragic fire in Matanzas,” Rodríguez Parrilla detailed on his Twitter account.


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