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ACN / Folipe Jacinto Nyusi , President of the Republic of Mozambique, seen here with José Ramón Balaguer Cabrera (R), member of the Secretariat and Head of the Department of International Relations of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (CC CCP), during the homage to the heroes of the African continent in the Park of Proceres, Havana.
Mozambican President Filipe Jacinto Nyusi express today his country”s willingness to strengthen ties of friendship and cooperation with Cuba, a relation that began in August of 1975.
During the ceremony of homage to the Mozambican heroes Samora Moisés Machel and Eduardo Chivambo Mondlane in the capital Parque de los Próceres Africanos, Nyusi confessed to feel honored to be in this site that is a sample of the interaction between the two nations.
‘Yesterday we fought together for freedom and today we are together to develop the prosperity of our peoples,’ he said.
He also recalled that Mozambique gained independence on June 25, 1975, and on August 28 of that same year it established diplomatic relations with Cuba, making the Caribbean nation one of the first in the world to recognize the sovereignty of that African country.
Nyusi arrived yesterday at the international airport Jose Marti and was received by the Cuban Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Rogelio Sierra.
As part of his program of activities, the Mozambican leader will hold official talks with his Cuban counterpart, Raúl Castro, at the Revolution palace, headquarters of the Cuban executive.Source: Prensa Latina