Cuba-Argentina, historical ties that consolidate

Diaz-Canel met with Argentine President.

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina.- The President of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel began his third day of activities in Buenos Aires with a meeting, in the Eva Peron Hall at Casa Rosada, with Argentine President Alberto Fernandez.

The island’s Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla said on Twitter that during the dialogue, both representatives highlighted the common willingness to strengthen bilateral relations between their peoples and boost economic relations.

The dialogue took place just hours after Fernandez took over as Head of State, and reaffirms the importance the two governments attach to long-standing and common history relations.

Both presidents stressed the importance of increasing the exchange of medicines, especially generics for older adults; as well as intensifying links in the technology and research sectors.

A New Dawn in San Martin´s Homeland

During the sustained dialogue between Argentine President Alberto Fernandez and Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel, they were also present Argentine Chancellor Felipe Sola and the deputy head of Cabinet, Cecilia Todesca. The commitment to strengthen cultural and sporting exchange between the two countries was ratified.

Shortly before completing his work schedule in Argentina and returning to Havana, the Cuban Head of State met with Vice-President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, at the Congress of the Nation.

With the friendship binding them and the mutual admiration for their respective countries, the words of the two statesmen were marked by cordiality and respect.

This December 11, when a new dawn awakened the homeland of San Martin, relations between Cuba and Argentina were also consolidated and those two meetings are the best example.