Cuba seeks closer ties with Vietnam

Che-Guevara-HavanaAt a recent visit of Vietnam’s prime minister Nguyen Tan Dung to Cuba, the island nation has expressed interest in increasing economic bonds with Vietnam.

Esteban Lazo, member of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party and President of the National Assembly of the People’s Power (Parliament), highlighted the importance of consolidating the economic and commercial agenda and cooperation between the two countries, the Cuban News Agency reported on March 27.

Lazo described this visit as of “great significance”, which takes place in a special moment of relations between the two fraternal peoples, which are carrying out reforms and changes to improve their living conditions. He showed interest in developing a programme to exchange experiences with Vietnam’s parliament.

Nguyen Tan Dung said he “admires the achievements of the Cuban Revolution” and people in areas like health, culture, education, science and technology.

As part of his visit, the prime minister held official talks with Army General Raul Castro, President of the councils of State and Ministers, and received the Jose Marti Order, the highest decoration conferred by Cuba.



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At a recent visit of Vietnam's prime minister Nguyen Tan Dung to Cuba, the island nation has expressed interest in increasing economic bonds with Vietnam. Esteban Lazo, member of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party and President of the National Assembly of the People's Power (Parliament), highlighted the importance of consolidating the economic and commercial agenda and cooperation between the two countries, the Cuban News Agency reported on March 27. Lazo described this visit as of "great significance", which takes place in a special moment of relations between the two fraternal peoples, which are carrying...

Che-Guevara-HavanaAt a recent visit of Vietnam’s prime minister Nguyen Tan Dung to Cuba, the island nation has expressed interest in increasing economic bonds with Vietnam.

Esteban Lazo, member of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party and President of the National Assembly of the People’s Power (Parliament), highlighted the importance of consolidating the economic and commercial agenda and cooperation between the two countries, the Cuban News Agency reported on March 27.

Lazo described this visit as of “great significance”, which takes place in a special moment of relations between the two fraternal peoples, which are carrying out reforms and changes to improve their living conditions. He showed interest in developing a programme to exchange experiences with Vietnam’s parliament.

Nguyen Tan Dung said he “admires the achievements of the Cuban Revolution” and people in areas like health, culture, education, science and technology.

As part of his visit, the prime minister held official talks with Army General Raul Castro, President of the councils of State and Ministers, and received the Jose Marti Order, the highest decoration conferred by Cuba.



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