January 17, 2022

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Cuban President Holds Working Meeting With Iranian Vice President

Cuban President Holds Working Meeting With Iranian Vice President

Miguel Diaz – Canel BermúdezToday, the First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party and the President of the Republic held a working meeting with the Vice President of the Islamic Republic of Iran for Economic Affairs, Mohsen Rezaei, the Cuban presidency announced on Twitter.

The meeting was held on the occasion of the Cuban President’s visit to Nicaragua to participate in the inauguration of re-elected President Daniel Ortega.

Today, in the context of his visit to attend the presidential inauguration in #Nicaragua, the President of DiazCanelB published a friendly working meeting with the Vice President for Economic Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Mohsen Rezaei, published by the Presidency.

According to a note published on the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs website, Copamenrix, the two leaders reviewed the positive state of political relations between the two countries and talked about the further development and deepening of economic, trade and cooperation relations, especially in areas such as health. and pharmaceutical industries.

Diaz-Canel conveyed a special greeting to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and to that country’s president, Seyed Ebrahim Raisi.

They accompanied Cuban President Luis Alberto Rodríguez López Callejas, advisor to the president; Gustavo Velez Olivares, Director of Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Jorge Luis Mayo, Cuban Ambassador to Nicaragua.

On the Iranian side, Reza Nazari, Assistant Foreign Minister and Director General of the Americas. Muhammad Baqir Khaddadi, Senior Adviser to the Vice President for Economic Affairs; Muhammad Yavad Bavand, Senior Adviser to the Minister of Petroleum. And the Iranian ambassador to Nicaragua, Majid Salehi.

Díaz-Canel’s visit to Managua is an opportunity to further deepen the political dialogue at the highest level and to expand relations between nations.

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As part of his agenda, the Cuban President also exchanged with Nicaragua solidarity with Cuba, officials of the Cuban Embassy in Nicaragua and citizens residing in that Central American country.

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