Havana, Cuba_ Bolivian President Evo Morales will pay an official visit to Cuba this Thursday during which he will keep conversations with his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro as well as other activities, Granma newspaper reports.

When announcing his trip to Cuba, Morales affirmed that in the Caribbean island he we will exchange ideas on new Latin American and Caribbean integration programs.

He recall the teachings of Fidel, who he said is for him the most supportive man in the world.

The Bolivian president also thanked the assistance offered by the Cuban people to other countries despite the difficulties imposed by the US commercial, financial and economic blockade on the nation.

Morales led the destiny of the Plurinational State of Bolivia since 2006 and was reelected again in 2009 and 2015.

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