The Cuban PM described the dialogue with his Guinean counterpart as fraternal, in line with the outstanding relations between the two nations, marked by the imprint of their historic leaders Fidel Castro and Amilcar Cabral.
Marrero posted on X Social Media that both sides reaffirmed their willingness to broaden and strengthen the solidarity and cooperation ties set for five decades. PM Geraldo João Martins presided over the Guinean delegation to the G77+China Summit, held in Havana on September 15th – 16th, on which he reiterated his gratitude to Cuba for its contribution to the achievement of his nation’s independence.
Guinea Bissau’s PM acknowledged at the recently concluded Summit in Havana that “Cuba is a country of scientists, which has contributed to the training of people in many countries,” including his own since the 1960s.
He valued that Cuba´s pro tempore presidency “has been favorable” and that the issue discussed in Havana “responds to the context of multiple crises that humanity is experiencing,”