Havana, Cuba.- The Republic of Guinea”s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mamadi Toure, will begin today an official visit to Cuba to strengthen bilateral ties.
Both nations have a historic friendship and cooperation ties in sectors such as education and health, especially after the doctors from Cuba fought against the Ebola epidemic in that country in 2013.
The Republic of Guinea was the second sub-Saharan African nation to establish diplomatic relations with Cuba after the triumph of the Revolution on January 1, 1959. These were established on August 30, 1960.
Besides, it keeps its support to Cuba in the fight against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States during almost six decades.