Cuba commemorates 60th anniversary of relations with China
Havana, Oct 14 (Prensa Latina) A commemorative stamp for the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Cuba and China was canceled on Wednesday in Havana.
According to the official website of the Foreign Ministry, the ceremony was attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Rodriguez and the Ambassador of the People's Republic of China, Chen Xi.
At the event, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Relations Anayansi Rodriguez highlighted Cuba's honor for being the first Latin American country to establish diplomatic ties with China, and modestly contribute to the advancement of its relations with the region.
These six decades have been characterized by the high level of dialogue, political trust, agreement, mutual support in international forums and the exchange of experiences in the construction of socialism, she emphasized.
Meanwhile, China's ambassador recalled some moments of the historic relations between both countries and ratified the will to continue promoting exchanges and bilateral cooperation, Cubaminrex's website reviewed.
Havana and Beijing established diplomatic relations on September 28, 1960.
Recently, Cuba's President Miguel Diaz-Canel described the diplomatic ties between the country and China as an elementary act of historic justice.
On Twitter, the head of State wrote, 'We are honored by our friendship with China. It is an expression of the independence of our foreign policy.'
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