Oslo, Norway.- Norway and Cuba ratified this Wednesday their interest in continuing to develop cooperation projects for mutual benefit and also with other Caribbean countries.
This was reported by the First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Marcelino Medina, after meeting the Secretary of State of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jens Frolich Holte.
This visit is an expression of the reciprocal will to continue expanding the positive bilateral relations established 110 years ago, he wrote on Twitter.
He also commented on a friendly meeting with Foreign Affairs incumbent Ine Eriksen Soreide at the portfolio headquarters.
As part of a Nordic tour, Medina previously visited Finland, where she thanked the government for its support in the fight against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on the island almost six decades ago.
The tour, which will last until the 20th through the Kingdom of Sweden, as well as the Republic of Lithuania, is an expression of the reciprocal interest of Cuba and Europe in continuing to deepen bilateral relations of friendship and cooperation, he said.
Medina will be received by personalities from the respective governments, with whom he will exchange on topics of common interest and the international scene, according to a note from the Cuban Foreign Ministry.