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Parliaments of Cuba and Belarus bet on collaboration

Minsk, Dec 3 (Prensa Latina) Belarus and Cuba should strengthen cooperation to face sanctions, Vladimir Andreichenko, Chairman of the House of Representatives of the Belarussian Parliament, stated on Saturday.

Andreichenko, who received Cuba’s National Assembly of People’s Power (Cuban Parliament) President Esteban Lazo this Saturday at the headquarters of the Lower House of the Slavic nation, also noted the special ties of friendship between the two legislative bodies.

The Belarussian parliamentary leader also praised the mutual support between Minsk and Havana in international inter-parliamentary organizations.

“This shows that solidarity and friendship are not empty words for Minsk and Havana,” he stressed.

Later, Lazo met with Natalya Kochanova, Speaker of the Council of the Republic (Upper House), who asserted that the country has all the prerequisites for developing Belarusian-Cuban relations.

The speaker of the Cuban Parliament thanked the presidents of the two chambers of the Belarusian legislature for their expressions of friendship and solidarity and stressed the importance of the excellent relations between the two nations, which are equally subject to sanctions by the Western powers.

He also ratified the importance that the two legislatures work to boost economic and commercial relations between Minsk and Havana.

Lazo will conclude his visit to Belarus on Sunday, December 4, the second stop of a tour that has already taken him to the Russian Federation. His tour will wind up in Türkiye.


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