According to the Cubaminrex website, the ceremony was held at the headquarters of the Foreign Ministry in this capital.
Havana and Lima established diplomatic relations in 1902, and they were interrupted in the 1960s after Cuba was expelled from the Organization of American States (OAS).
The nations resumed ties on July 8, 1972, a year after the historic leader of the Revolution, Fidel Castro, visited that South American country.
In 2016, then President Ollanta Humala visited Havana to award Raul Castro and Fidel Castro with the El Sol del Peru Order.
In addition, in July 2021, Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel congratulated his counterpart, Pedro Castillo, for the victory in the elections and ratified the will to develop the ties of friendship between the two peoples.