Laos, Cuba reaffirm ‘constant mutual support’

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HM08AFOBISLaos and Cuba reaffirmed their “constant cooperation and mutual support” in the efforts for their respective development, Vientiane Times reported on September 15, referring to the recent visit of Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez to Laos.

Arriving from Vietnam, the head of Cuba’s foreign relations was received during a short weekend stay by Lao President Choummaly Sayasone, who said he was proud of the growing ties with Cuba and thanked for the support given to his country, reiterating that it is firmly reciprocal.

A statement from the Laos Foreign Ministry described the Cuban Minister’s visit as “an important event that contributes to the strengthening of friendship between the two nations”.

Rodriguez expressed his satisfaction for visiting this country to first-hand know about its development and reaffirmed that Cuba will continue to provide assistance in human resource development, education and health resources, Vientiane Times wrote.

Rodriguez conveyed an invitation of President Raul Castro to Choummaly Sayasone to visit Cuba at an appropriate time for both parties.

 

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Laos and Cuba reaffirmed their “constant cooperation and mutual support” in the efforts for their respective development, Vientiane Times reported on September 15, referring to the recent visit of Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez to Laos.

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HM08AFOBISLaos and Cuba reaffirmed their “constant cooperation and mutual support” in the efforts for their respective development, Vientiane Times reported on September 15, referring to the recent visit of Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez to Laos.

Arriving from Vietnam, the head of Cuba’s foreign relations was received during a short weekend stay by Lao President Choummaly Sayasone, who said he was proud of the growing ties with Cuba and thanked for the support given to his country, reiterating that it is firmly reciprocal.

A statement from the Laos Foreign Ministry described the Cuban Minister’s visit as “an important event that contributes to the strengthening of friendship between the two nations”.

Rodriguez expressed his satisfaction for visiting this country to first-hand know about its development and reaffirmed that Cuba will continue to provide assistance in human resource development, education and health resources, Vientiane Times wrote.

Rodriguez conveyed an invitation of President Raul Castro to Choummaly Sayasone to visit Cuba at an appropriate time for both parties.

 

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