The guest emphasized that these exchanges reinforced the historical ties of friendship, cooperation and brotherhood that unite the two countries.
De Almeida, who is also the chief of the Civil House of the President of the Republic of Angola, stated that the diversification of the economic activity is among the new challenges of the African nation, so he urged to open another page in the collaboration with Cuba.
The Angolan minister held talks with Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez at the headquarters Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Tuesday.
The delegation of the African country met with Deputy Prime Minister Ricardo Cabrisas, with whom he analyzed issues related to the economic cooperation.
Cuba and Angola established diplomatic relations on November 15, 1975, which were forged in the struggle against colonialism and South Africa’s Apartheid policy, under the legacy of the historic leaders Agostinho Neto and Fidel Castro.
De Almeida arrived in Cuba on February 27 and that day, he paid tribute to the Cuban internationalists who participated in the independence struggles of his country.