According to a report on the island’s news, the diplomat pointed out the humanism of the two leaders, as well as their fight “against the exploitation of men and the injustices of imperialism.”
The Caribbean island and the African country celebrate 60 years of diplomatic relations and cooperation.
According to official figures, the close Cuban collaboration made it possible for 295 Tanzanian students to graduate here and currently 17 young people from that nation study in the largest of the Antilles.
In addition, Cuba maintains 46 health aid workers in Tanzania and two specialists from the Business Group of Biopharmaceutical Laboratories (Labiofam).
The Government of the island appreciates the support of the African country in international forums and events against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States.
In the opinion of the former Cuban ambassador to that nation, Giraldo Mazola, relations with Tanzania have been one of the most fraternal between Cuba and African countries since practically the triumph of the Revolution.