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Raul Castro bids farewell to Cuban president who is on a tour

Raul Castro bids farewell to Cuban president who is on a tour

Havana, Nov 16 (Prensa Latina) Army General Raul Castro on Tuesday bade farewell to Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel, who began a tour of Algeria, Russia, Türkiye, and China, the Presidency reported on its website.

According to the source, the Cuban head of State will hold meetings with his counterparts in the countries he will visit, and will address issues on the bilateral and international agenda.

It will constitute an opportunity to continue promoting political dialogue at the highest level with nations with which we maintain excellent relations, and promote ties in the economic, commercial, and financial spheres, the communiqué noted.

Also present at the airport to bid farewell to Diaz-Canel were Vice President Salvador Valdés, Prime Minister Manuel Marrero, the secretary of Organization of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC), Roberto Morales, as well as Army Corps General Alvaro López and Major General Lázaro Alvarez, ministers of the Revolutionary Armed Forces and the Interior, respectively, all members of the PCC Political Bureau.

The Cuban delegation that is accompanying Diaz-Canel includes Deputy Prime Ministers Ricardo Cabrisas and Alejandro Gil, Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez, Ministers of Foreign Trade and Investment Rodrigo Malmierca, Energy and Mines Minister Vicente de la O Levy, and Public Health Minister José Angel Portal Miranda.

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