HAVANA, Cuba, Aug 20 (ACN) Carlos Miguel Pereira, Ambassador of Cuba in China, was received at the headquarters of the Center for Studies on China and Globalization (CCG), by Wang Huiyao, its president, who thanked the deference of being visited by a diplomat from a friendly country like Cuba.
Huiyao stressed that the meeting reinforces the links between CCG and the Cuban embassy, while updating Pereira on the main events and initiatives that that institution has been dealing with in the context of COVID-19.
In a friendly atmosphere, Pereira highlighted the high level of relations between the two countries and invited Huiyao to participate next September in the activities planned to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two nations.
The Cuban ambassador thanked the Asian country for its firm position in support of the Cuban people in the face of the aggressive policy by the Trump Administration, and the intensification of the US blockade.
He also recognized the particular support of CCG in promoting investment and trade between China and Cuba, according to a press release published on the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Both parties agreed to highlight the potential that the current epidemiological context provides to continue promoting exchanges and the support of this center for medical cooperation, the promotion of health tourism and the production and marketing of medicines.
The CCG is a major Chinese non-governmental think tank which main research lines are global trade, migration processes, global governance, global affairs, and global talent policies.