HAVANA, Cuba.- Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila, Prime Minister of Namibia, starts on Wednesday February 14 an official visit to Cuba, where she will review the bilateral relations.
According to the Cuban Chancellery, the distinguished visitor will hold conversations with host authorities and carry out other activities. At the beginning of the month, Kuugongelwa-Amadhila received in Windhoek, Cuban ambassador Giraldo Mazola, with whom she addressed details of his visit to the Caribbean country.
Based on the meeting between Mazola and the member of the ruling Party of the People’s Organization of South West Africa, the Cuban Chancellery described as excellent the status of bilateral ties and noted that the voyage of the Namibian Prime Minister will help to fortify them even more.
Cuba and Namibia established diplomatic relations in March 1990, when the African country declared its independence.