Xi Jinping stressed the great importance China grants to its relations with Cuba, and said the two nations should continue high-level exchanges, share experiences, and deepen cooperation in the international arena.
His criteria were expressed during a meeting with Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, who concluded today an official visit to this country.
The Chinese leader recalled earlier meetings with President Raul Castro and Fidel Castro, and said that Cuba and China are good friends, partners, and brothers.
Xi, who is a general secretary of the Communist Party of China and chairman of the Central Military Commission, received the Cuban foreign minister, member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of Cuba, at the Great People’s Palace in this capital.
The Chinese leader recalled earlier meetings with President Raul Castro and the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, and stressed that Cuba and China are good friends, partners, and brothers.
He insisted in the great importance China grants to its ties with the Caribbean nation, and stated that the two sides should promote relations from the Asian country with Latin American and Caribbean countries.
Among his recent activities in China, Rodriguez also met with Minister of State, Yang Jiechi, with whom he discussed common relations, some aspects of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, and the organization of the coming summit to be run in January in Havana, among others.