Dominican MIU chief pays visit to Cuba

Santo Domingo, Mar 28 (Prensa Latina) The Secretary-General of the United Left Movement (MIU) of the Dominican Republic, Miguel Mejía, paid a visit to Havana on Thursday in order to strengthen the traditional friendly relations with Cuba.

As part of his work agenda, the Dominican delegation held a meeting with an official commission of Cuba´s Public Health Ministry (MINSAP) headed by first Deputy Minister, Margarita Cruz Hernández, the MIU published on its official website.

Mejía specified the meeting was aimed at “establishing coordination to strengthen bilateral links with MINSAP for the benefit of both peoples”.

Dureing his meeting, Mejía availed himself od such an opportunity to strongly condemn that a policy of economic terrorism is being developed against Cuba by the United States, while he blamed Washington for the precariousness suffered by the Cuban people as a result of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba for over 60 years.

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