La Paz, May 27 (RHC)-- Bolivian President Evo Morales met Friday with Cuban First Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel, who is paying an official visit to the Andean nation.
During the exchange, at the Government Palace in La Paz, the two dignitaries agreed on strengthening regional integration as a way to confront and overcome challenges stemming from the counteroffensive of right-wing forces.
The Cuban vice president renewed Cuba's commitment to defending and advancing the just causes of regional peoples against attempts by foreign-backed oligarchies to reinstate neo-liberalism in Latin America. He referred specifically to the U.S.-backed attacks against constitutional leaders in Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador and Venezuela.
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