HAVANA, Cuba, Nov. 9 (ACN) Miguel Angel Ramirez, Cuban ambassador to Japan, held a positive meeting with the parliamentary vice minister of foreign affairs of that Asian country, Suzuki Hayato, to whom he congratulated on his recent appointment to the post.
According to information published today on Cuban foreign ministry's official website, during the meeting Suzuki highlighted the importance that his ministry and government give to the bilateral relationship with Cuba, and expressed their willingness to continue strengthening it.
The Cuban ambassador explained the Cuban strategy in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and explained the international cooperation offered to other nations. The Japanese deputy expressed that sending medical brigades to countries in need of health professionals was dignified, and he understood the reason why there was a worldwide movement in favor of awarding them the Nobel Peace Prize, corresponding to 2021.
They also discussed other issues on the international agenda and agreed on the possibility of collaborating and exchanging information on each country's experiences with the pandemic.