Cuban health Minister to attend World Health Assembly

HAVANA, Cuba, May 23 (acn) Roberto Morales Ojeda, Cuban Minister of Public Health, travelled to the city of Geneva to participate in the 69th edition of the World Health Assembly.

Morales Ojeda, who is accompanied by other officials from that entity in Cuba, once again will present the results achieved by the Caribbean nation in this area, diplomatic sources told Prensa Latina news agency.

He will also make reference to the most recent Cuban experiences in solidarity aid to many other countries.

The Cuban representation intends to complete an intense working agenda that will include, besides participating in the working sessions of the conclave, bilateral meetings with other delegations.

According to a statement of the Permanent Mission of Cuba in Geneva, the Assembly, main decision-making body of the World Health Organization, will run in the Swiss city from May 23 to 28.

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