In the framework of the G77 and China Summit, which ended this Saturday in this capital, Díaz-Canel and Lula held official talks, which the Cuban president described as warm and fruitful.
During the exchange, they reviewed the current state of bilateral ties, noting ample opportunities and willingness to strengthen ties in various areas of common interest.
The head of state of the Caribbean nation pointed out that the agreements between Cuba and Brazil “will allow us to expand cooperation between our countries and demonstrate the mutual will to raise the level of relations for the benefit of both peoples.”
Lula arrived this Saturday morning in Havana, where he inaugurated the speech session of the last day of debates of the G77 and China summit, in which he once again rejected the blockade that the United States has imposed on Cuba for more than six decades, country he considers a defender of fairer global governance.
Brazil is against any unilateral coercive measure and we also reject the inclusion of Cuba on the list of States sponsoring terrorism, the president highlighted when speaking at the meeting attended by a hundred presidents, prime ministers, foreign ministers and representatives of international organizations from Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.