May 22 2012 (acn)
Cuban Vice-President Esteban Lazo Hernandez on Monday began a four-day official visit to Mozambique to boost cooperation between the two countries. Speaking to reporters shortly after the arrival of the Cuban Vice-President, Mozambican Deputy Foreign Minister Henrique Banze said that the visit seeks to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries. ‘We will review our bilateral cooperation and other issues that may be of interest to both countries and our citizens’, said Banze.
He stressed that both countries have cooperation ties that date back many years, with Havana helping Mozambique mainly in the areas of education and health. “We will focus primarily in these two areas, where Cuba has been supporting us in the training of teachers, doctors and medical staff”, said Banze.
Besides bilateral cooperation, both countries are expected to discuss other issues of common interest, particularly the United Nations.
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