At the Palace of the Revolution, the seat of government, the Cuban President received the heads of the legations of Granada, Brazil, Poland, the United Arab Emirates, Mongolia, Nicaragua, Germany, Switzerland, Botswana and the Order of Malta, according to the agent. In your X account.
According to details presented by the newspaper “Midday News” on Cuban television, the head of state of the Antilles received credentials from Grenada’s highest diplomatic representative in Havana, Glen Noel, who highlighted the historical relations between the two countries.
Likewise, in the Hall of Heroes of the Palace of the Revolution, the new Ambassador of the Federative Republic of Brazil, Cristian Vargas, expressed to the President of the Antilles the views of bilateral relations inspired by Martí’s dictum that “…the best way to say is to do.”
Díaz-Canel – always accompanied by his Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez – also received the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Poland, Joanna Kuczynska-Frips, who conveyed her pleasant impression at the G77-China summit meeting, held recently in September in the Cuban capital.
Kuczynska Fribs expressed her appreciation for Cuban diversity and expressed the Polish government’s readiness to renew cooperation in science, innovation and technology, as well as the implementation of cultural projects, the news bulletin reported.
For his part, the new Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates, Hazza Ahmed Khamis, ratified Diaz-Canel’s invitation to participate in the Twenty-Eighth Conference of the Parties (COP 28) of the United Nations on Climate Change, which will be held at that time. country next December.
At the presentation ceremony of the style letters, Ambassador of Mongolia, Zuljargal Cesir, expressed the brotherhood between the two countries and noted that the Caribbean island was the first to recognize the sovereignty of the Asian country.
The representative of Nicaraguan diplomacy, Orlando Jose Gomez, said that he arrived in Havana in the spirit of continuing to work to strengthen historical relations of friendship and cooperation.
Meanwhile, the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany, Frank Rückert, highlighted Cuba’s potential in the field of renewable energies and the possibilities of his country’s contribution to the field of energy.
Likewise, the new Ambassadors of the Swiss Confederation, Stefano Vescovi, and the Republic of Botswana, Gladys Mokawa, respectively, endorsed cooperation on medical, economic and cultural issues.
Al-Makhawa thanked the work of Cuban doctors in local communities in his country. On the other hand, Knights of Malta Ambassador Silvano Pedrolo, the last diplomat to be received, expressed the honor of representing his country here.
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