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Cuban VP meets with Chinese State Counselor in Beijing

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Cuban VP meets with Chinese State Counselor in BeijingHAVANA, Cuba, Oct 25 (acn) Ricardo Cabrisas, Cuba´s vice president of the Council of Ministers, met today in Beijing, as part of his working visit to China, with Wang Yi, China´s State Councilor and Minister of Foreign Affairs, in Zhongnanhai, central headquarters of the Chinese Communist Party and the State Council.

In a cordial and friendly atmosphere, both parties exchanged information on the progress of bilateral relations and noted with satisfaction that the sustained exchange of high-level visits has consolidated the dialogue and mutual political trust between the two countries. They also recognized that relations between Cuba and China will continue to consolidate as an example of cooperation between two socialist countries on the basis of equality, respect and reciprocal benefit.
Yi also stressed that President Xi Jinping attaches great importance to the upcoming state visit to China by President Miguel Díaz-Canel, which will allow him to continue the path traveled and long-term project relations between China and Cuba.
He also reiterated China's support for Cuba in its just struggle for the defense of national sovereignty and described the friendship between both countries as indestructible.
Cabrisas emphasized that Cuba welcomes with sympathy the initiative of the Strip and the Silk Road and its extension to Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Cuban Vice President also thanked the unchanging position of the Chinese government, together with the vast majority of the international community, against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the US, on the eve of the vote on the Cuban resolution in the United Nations.
The Cuban official also held a meeting in Beijing with Zhong Shan, Trade Minister and co-chairman of the Cuban-Chinese Intergovernmental Commission for Economic and Trade Relations, who reaffirmed the common will to continue strengthening and expanding bilateral cooperation.
He also met with the leading managers of different Chinese institutions, including important banking, insurance and other local companies.

 

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