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Argentine, Cuban Presidents praise historic bilateral relations

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Havana, Sep 16 (Prensa Latina) Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel and Argentine President Alberto Fernández on Saturday urged in Havana for the strengthening of bilateral relations and both praised the common history on the 50th anniversary of the reestablishment of diplomatic relations.

During a meeting held in line with the G77+China Summit, both leaders considered it important to progress in implementing the Framework Cooperation Agreement for Agricultural Development.

As part of the talks, President Fernandez congratulated his Cuban counterpart for organizing this majestic Summit which brought together over a hundred foreign delegations at the Havana International Conference Center and also highlighted the coincidences of both nations in multilateral forums.

He also thanked Cuba´s support for the legitimate Argentine rights over the Malvinas, Georgias and South Sandwich Islands and the corresponding maritime spaces, particularly in the Special Committee on Decolonization of the United Nations.

Fernández assured that Cuba is a relevant trade partner in the Caribbean and affirmed that it is a duty to continue advancing towards alternatives that allow to increase bilateral trade in different areas such as food, technology and professional services for the agricultural sector.

Díaz-Canel, on the other hand, pointed out that the Argentine President´s attendance to the meeting is a sign of support to the G77+China to Cuba.

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