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Cuban vice president completes tour of African countries

Havana, Nov 22.- With a meeting between Salvador Valdés Mesa, vice president of Cuba, and Abiy Ahmed Ali, prime minister of Ethiopia, the work agenda of an official delegation from the Island that is touring the African countries culminated today.

During the meeting, both parties agreed on the possibilities of cooperation in areas such as health, education, tourism, services and agriculture, highlighted on the social network.

Likewise, Valdés Mesa thanked the support that Ethiopia grants in multiple international settings to the fight against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed on Cuba by the United States government.

“We had an excellent meeting with the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Abiy Ahmed Ali. We agree on the possibilities of cooperation in areas such as Health, Education, Tourism, Services, Agriculture and others. We appreciated your invariable support for Cuba's fight against the blockade,” he posted.

By the way, Abiy Ahmed Ali highlighted the support received from the largest of the Antilles in difficult times, for which Ethiopia, he said, will always be with Cuba for whatever is needed.

According to information from the Presidency of the island on the same social network, the Ethiopian Prime Minister expressed special gratitude from his people towards the historical leader of the Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz.

“Cuba has always been with us in difficult times, that is why we will always be with you for whatever is needed,” said Ethiopian Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed Ali. Special gratitude to Fidel: In Ethiopia we love Fidel, who has a very big place in our hearts,” he said.

The Cuban Vice President and the delegation he leads returned this Wednesday to the nation located in the so-called Horn of Africa, after carrying out there between November 18 and 19 the third official visit of the tour of the continent.

The tour of Africa began this November 13 in Ghana, and was followed by Guinea-Bissau, and after Ethiopia the Cuban delegation visited Rwanda. (ACN) (Photo: @SalvadorValdesM)

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