Cuba y Guinea-Bissau expresaron voluntad de estrechar vínculos parlamentarios.

Cuba: Cuba and Guinea-Bissau expressed willingness to strengthen ties between the legislative bodies of both countries, and extend them to other areas, Prensa Latina reported.

During a meeting held yesterday, Guinea’s deputy, Fofana Queita, highlighted, along with Cuban counterparts the positive bilateral ties existing in the area of ​​health.

While, the president and vice president of the commission Care Services, and Industry, Construction and Energy Parliament, the deputies Maria del Carmen Concepción and Magda Ileana Perez, respectively, thanked the support of the African nation against US blockade to the island.

Concepcion recalled the legacy of the historic leader of the Revolution, Fidel Castro, in relations with the African peoples, especially with Guinea-Bissau, and his friendship with the anti-colonial leader Amilcar Cabral.

The contact also participated the director of the cabinet of the president of the National People’s Assembly of Guinea-Bissau, Ansumane Sanha, and counselors of the embassy of the African country in Havana, Lionel Correia Seabra, and Augusto Mamadjam He pulled, among others .

On the Cuban side was present also the chairman of the Parliamentary Friendship Group Cuba-Guinea-Bissau, deputy Orlando Gutierrez and official of the International Relations Committee of the National Assembly, Yuniel Flores Aguiar.

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