Cuba Ambassador to Laos Enna Viant Valdés highlighted the remarkable progress in Laos-Cuba relations as the President Thongloun Sisoulith is visiting Cuba to attend G77+China Summit scheduled for Sep 12-17. Cuba Ambassador to Laos Enna Viant Valdés highlighted the remarkable progress in Laos-Cuba relations as the President Thongloun Sisoulith is visiting Cuba to attend G77+China Summit scheduled for Sep 12-17.
President Thongloun’s visit is the beginning of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of relations between both nations - a moment that will take place in 2024.
“Right now in Havana we are in the preparation of the G77 Summit which is an important multilateral organization of 134 countries of the South. This event will be held tomorrow 15 to 16 September 2023, on current development challenges: role of science, technology and innovation,” said Ambassador Enna Viant Valdés on Thursday.
“Comrade Sisoulith's visit "is an expression of the ties of friendship, brotherhood and solidarity that unite us- which are indestructible ties, they are ties between brother countries, and in particular, that you have agreed to come to this Summit of the Group of 77 and China, also reflects - in addition to Laos' commitment to the cause of the Group of 77 – the support for Cuba in the pro-tempore presidency; and for that, we appreciate it from the bottom of our hearts," said the Cuban ambassador. “The name Cuba means friend, brother, man who fights for common ideas. We will always be together. Therefore, your visit is an encouragement to continue fighting, working, and to continue strengthening relationships.”
Laos and Cuba established diplomatic relations on November 4, 1974. Since then the exchange of visits by Party and government officials of the two countries has been growing constantly.
The cooperation is developed in areas such as education, health, agriculture, according to the Cuban diplomat.
Source: Lao News Agency