Pretoria, South Africa.- Cuba’s Vice President of the Council of States and Ministers Ines Maria Chapman is arriving in Lesotho on Wednesday, second country in her tour of Africa.

According to the agenda, Chapman expects to meet with the main Lethoso authorities, as well as Cuban collaborators who are working there.

The Cuban vice president will arrive in Maseru, capital of Lesotho, after fulfilling an intense working agenda in South Africa, during her official visit. On Tuesday, she participated in the high-level segment of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Solidarity Conference, held in Petroria on March 25-26.

Chapman’s speech at the plenary session left no room for doubt about Cuba’s firm position on the struggle of the Saharawi people to achieve their legitimate right to independence and self-determination.