“When meeting on Monday with Kalinda François Xavier, president of the Rwandan Senate, I ratified Cuba’s commitment to strengthening relations between both countries and continue fostering mutual solidarity and cooperation. The Cuban delegation has received a warm welcome,” Valdés wrote on his X account.
The Cuban delegation’s agenda also included a meeting with President Paul Kagame in the Village Urugwiro, as informed by the Rwandan Presidency on the same digital platform.
The two leaders assessed ways to strengthen bilateral cooperation. “The two countries enjoy long-standing relations, especially in the education and health sectors,” the publication highlighted.
The official Cuban delegation also includes First Deputy Minister of Public Health Tania Margarita Cruz, and the Deputy Director General of Bilateral Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Angel Villa.
Cuban vice president’s official tour began in Ghana on November 13, and continued in Guinea Bissau and Ethiopia.