In order to join efforts to improve people-to-people contacts and move towards a new level in bilateral relations in general, and in particular in the sphere that she attends to, the Lao minister urged to further foster the long-standing collaboration provided by Cuba to her country.
The head of the Cuban diplomatic mission, for her part, expressed her satisfaction with the increase in cooperation in matters of labor and social security, and exchanged criteria with Khattiya about the ministry she heads.
Viant also explained to her hostess the parliamentary electoral process in Cuba, which will culminate on March 26, and offered an exhaustive explanation about the composition, representativeness and level reached by the current candidates for deputies.
In recent days, the Cuban ambassador paid courtesy visits to the general director of Lao National Television, Amkha Vongmeunka, and to the editor-in-chief of the Vientiane Times newspaper, Thonglor Duangsavanah.
Last week, the member of the Central Committee of the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party and president of the Women’s Union, Inlavanh Keobouphanh, visited Cuba.