Díaz-Canel meets leader of the Dominican United Left Movement (MIU)

Havana, Jan 25 (Prensa Latina) President Miguel Díaz-Canel met with José Miguel Mejía, general secretary of the United Left Movement (MIU) party and Minister for Regional Integration Policies of the Dominican Republic, national television informed.

During the meeting on Wednesday at the Palace of the Revolution, the seat of the Government, the head of State expressed satisfaction with this new visit to Havana of the political leader and member of the Dominican Executive, who visited Cuba in 2022.

Díaz-Canel considers Mejía “a great friend of Cuba.”

The president was interested in the program conducted by Mejía in this capital and sent a greeting to his Dominican counterpart, Luis Abinader, to whom he reiterated the invitation to visit Cuba officially when his agenda allows it.

Both leaders acknowledged the MIU’s historic position in supporting Cuba and its solidarity against the economic, commercial, and financial blockade of the United States imposed on Cuba, which has lasted for more than 60 years and is currently being tightened.

Roberto Morales, a member of the Political Bureau and Secretary of Organization of Cuba’s Communist Party (PCC); Emilio Lozada, head of the International Relations Department of the PCC Central Committee; and Juan Carlos Frómeta, an officer of the same party, attended the meeting.


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