The Prime Minister of Cuba, Manuel Marrero, today sent his greetings to the Vietnamese people on the occasion of today’s celebration of National Day and the 78th anniversary of that country’s independence.
Cuba and Vietnam are united by historical fraternal relations, forged by our leaders Fidel (Castro) and Ho Chi Minh, the head of state wrote in his profile on the social network X (formerly Twitter).
My warm greetings to the Vietnamese people on the occasion of celebrating their National Day and the 78th anniversary of their independence on the second of next September. to #Cuba 🇨🇺 and #Vietnam 🇻🇳 They are united by the historical bonds of brotherhood forged by our leaders #Fidel And Ho Chi Minh. pic.twitter.com/OQ6uc6FHQD
– Manuel Marrero Cruz (@MMarreroCruz) September 2, 2023
The President of the Cuban National Assembly (Parliament), Esteban Lazo, also congratulated Vietnam on Saturday, on the occasion of the anniversary of the Asian nation’s liberation from French colonialism.
Today the world remembers the unforgettable Ho Chi Minh, on the 54th anniversary of his death. He was an architect in the struggle to overcome the more just desires of his people in the face of aggression, war and the imperialist desire for domination,” Lazo wrote in his letter.
He also highlighted the exemplary and historical relations between Cuba and Vietnam, and at the same time stressed the island’s desire to expand and strengthen parliamentary relations and cooperation in areas of common interest, for the benefit of both peoples.
On September 2, 1945, Ho Chi Minh, in front of hundreds of thousands of people, declared his country’s independence and the birth of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.
(Taken from Prensa Latina)
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