Cuba and Senegal Strengthen Bilateral Ties

Dakar, Sep 13 (Prensa Latina) Delegations from Cuba and Senegal expressed here this Friday at the Foreign Ministers Political Consultation Meeting, the will of both countries to strengthen bilateral relations, diplomatic sources reported.

Cuba’s delegation to the meeting was headed by Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Rogelio Sierra Diaz, who in a tweet remarked that this year we celebrate the 45th anniversary of bilateral ties with the effort to boost them in several sectors, ‘with emphasis on that of cooperation.’

Meanwhile, Senegal was represented at the encounter by Moise Diardiegane, Secretary of State to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Senegalese Abroad.

He was accompanied by Genevieve Faye Manel, director of the Europe-America-Oceania Directorate of the Senegalese Foreign Ministry; and Moustapha Lo, Chief of the America Division.

Likewise, Cuba’s deputy minister of Foreign Affairs exchanged with the Second Vice President of the National Assembly of Senegal, Awa Gueye.

Both sides reiterated the will to strengthen inter-parliamentary ties.


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