Havana, Monday 17 de June de 2019 05:06 pm

Vice President of the Cuban Parliament meets comprehensive agenda in France

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HAVANA, Cuba, Oct 12 (acn) Ana Maria Mari Machado, vice president of Cuba´s National Assembly of the People's Power, carries out an intense working agenda in France, as part of an official visit to that European country that concludes today.

The Vice President of the Cuban Parliament was received by Pierre Louault, vice president of the France-Caribbean Friendship Group in the Senate, and held a meeting with members of the France-Caribbean Friendship Group in the Upper Chamber of the French Parliament.
According to the Cuba´s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mari Machado also met with François-Michel Lambert, President of the France-Cuba Friendship Group in the National Assembly, and was invited to an exchange with legislators also members of that body.
The Cuban official extended an invitation to both groups for them to visit Cuba next year, which will allow continuing the positive bilateral parliamentary relations.
The program of official meetings also included talks with Carole Bureau-Bonnard, first VP of the French National Assembly.
During the exchange held at the headquarters of the French legislative body, both parties assessed the progress of bilateral ties as positive and agreed on the desire to strengthen the links between the respective parliamentary entities, as well as to strengthen the exchange between deputies.
Mari Machado thanked the French friendship groups for their clear position against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba.
In the meetings, she was accompanied by the Cuban ambassador in France, Elio Rodriguez Perdomo, other members of Cuba´s National Assembly of the People's Power, officials of the International Relations Department of the Cuban parliament and other executives of the Cuban embassy.


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