HAVANA, Cuba, April 3 (ACN) Marie Tumba Nzeza, state minister and minister of foreign affairs of the Democratic Republic of Congo(DRC), received on Thursday the Cuban ambassador to this African country, Eva Yelina Silva Walker.
In an atmosphere of cordiality and respect, both sides exchanged on various issues of the bilateral agenda and ratified the will to continue strengthening the historical ties between the two nations, Cubaminrex published.
The head of the Congolese foreign ministry praised the example of Cuba and its contribution to the processes of independence of the African continent, as well as its cooperation in different areas, which she recognized as a great feat and proof of the solidarity fostered by Commander in Chief Fidel Castro, whom she described as a great world leader.
Regarding the current epidemic of COVID-19, she stressed the support of the Caribbean nation to several countries, with its army of doctors.
For her part, the Cuban ambassador thanked the DRC for its support to the Cuban Resolution against the blockade, a policy that has been rejected by the majority of the states of the international community, and which constitutes the main obstacle to the development of the Caribbean island, and to the achievement of the sustainable development goals foreseen in the UN Agenda 2030.
On this occasion, Silva handed over a message sent by her Cuban counterpart, Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, and reiterated her willingness to materialize, through actions that benefit both peoples, the common will to increase bilateral ties.