La Paz, Oct 10 (RHC) Bolivia and Cuba will hold a parliamentary meeting over the next few weeks to share experiences and consider joint working initiatives in the field, said the president of the Bolivian Senate Gabriela Montaño.
The senator made the announcement during the setting up of the new board of directors of the Bolivia-Cuba Friendship Parliamentary League, which promotes relations between the two nations.
The meeting of Cuban and Bolivian legislators will help strengthen bilateral links at the parliamentary level, said the senator from the ruling Movement to Socialism Party. She appreciated the support given by Cuba to her country in the fields of education and health.
“We are permanently indebted to the Cuban people because they have given us their unconditional support,” said the Bolivian senator.
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