Havana, Thursday 17 de October de 2019 02:40 am

Senior Japanese official highlights historic bonds between Cuba and his country

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HAVANA, Cuba, Sep 18 (acn) Isao Ijima, special advisor to the Prime Minister of Japan, highlighted today the strength of the historic ties that link his country and Cuba.

The pronouncement came at the farewell meeting of the Cuban ambassador Carlos Miguel Pereira, according to Minrex website.
Ijima also sent a recognition to the work deployed by the Cuban Diplomatic Mission in these last three years in the promotion of bilateral relations.
He specially highlighted what was done in the implementation of the agreements reached during the visit of PM Shinzo Abe to Havana, on September 2016.
During the fraternal meeting, at the headquarters of the PM Office in Japan, Ijima and Pereira exchanged extensively on the status of bilateral relations and actions to continue deepening them in the context of their 90th anniversary.
For his part, Ambassador Pereira recalled the most important moments that bilateral relations have experienced during the period, including the celebrations for the 120th anniversary of the Japanese presence on the Caribbean island.
The Cuban diplomat also thanked the firm position of the Japanese government in rejection of the blockade imposed against the island and its extraterritorial nature.
He emphasized that the important flow of visits at all levels and in the different sectors is already an essential part of the links between the two countries and guarantee their continued development and consolidation.

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