HAVANA, Cuba, Nov 13 (ACN) Rodrigo Malmierca, Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment of the Republic of Cuba, has developed a broad agenda during his stay in Kenya, host of the 25th International Conference on Population and Development.
During the Summit, held in Nairobi, the Cuban Minister has held meetings with representatives of several countries.
Malmierca addressed the general debate of the Summit on Tuesday, stressing Cuba's achievements in terms of population and development, especially the role of women and reproductive health, despite the US blockade.
For his part, the Cuban deputy FM, Rogelio Sierra Diaz, concluded an official visit to Antigua and Barbuda, giving continuity to the political dialogue between the two countries.
Sierra Diaz had official meetings with Governor General Rodney Williams, Prime Minister and Attorney General Steadroy Benjamin, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Immigration and Trade Everly Paul ChetGreene, Health Minister Molwyn Joseph, as well as the top representatives of the United Progressive Party, former PM Baldwin Spencer and opposition leader in Parliament JamalePringle.
Cuban Foreign Ministry announced today that the deputy chairman of Pakistan's Senate, Saleem Mandviwalla, received the Cuban ambassador, Gabriel Tiel Capote, who visited him as a courtesy.
At the same time, a delegation from the Cuban Parliament led by the MP Maria del Carmen Concepcion, president of the Commission of Services of the legislative body, as well as representatives Juan Carlos Rodriguez Diaz and Jorge Gonzalez Perez, developed an intense work program in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
The Cuban delegation was welcomed to the Chamber of Deputies by Marc Angel, president of the Committee on Foreign and European Affairs, Cooperation, Immigration and Asylum of the Luxembourg Parliament.
For his part, the Cuban Minister of Culture, Alpidio Alonso, heads the Cuban delegation that participates in the 40th session of the General Conference of UNESCO, with a beautiful social work to present and share, Prensa Latina reported.