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12 June 2024, 19:57

Cuba eager to give boost to advancement of cooperation with Belarus

MINSK, 12 June (BelTA) – Cuba is intent on giving an impulse to bilateral cooperation with Belarus. Deputy Prime Minister of Cuba Ricardo Cabrisas Ruiz said it as he met with Chairwoman of the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of Belarus Natalya Kochanova, BelTA has learned.

Ricardo Cabrisas Ruiz said: “The relations of friendship and solidarity that unite our countries have been established by our leaders. I’d like to convey warm greetings on behalf of the president of the National Assembly of People’s Power of Cuba. He asked me to remind you that he looks forward to your visit to Cuba in response to the official invitation he has sent to you. I’d like to convey greetings on behalf of First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, President of the republic Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez and Prime Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz.”

In his words, recent contacts at the top level have gradually enabled conditions for determining a clear-cut way towards further development of the entire spectrum of economic, trade, and financial relations. “My visit is rather brief this time – less than 72 hours. The main goal of this visit is to hold the 11th session of the joint intergovernmental commission. We discussed matters concerning the complicated economic situation Cuba is dealing with. We conveyed all the main reasons that had brought about this situation. We also shared firm eagerness and intention to reverse this trend,” the deputy prime minister said.

“The session of the intergovernmental commission allowed us to have a number of meetings, including with the prime minister, the ministers that oversee the main spheres of our interaction. We are intent on giving a boost to bilateral cooperation and on developing in order to step up dialogue and cooperation on mutually beneficial terms,” Ricardo Cabrisas Ruiz added.

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