Moscow, May 7 (RHC-PL) -- Cuban President Raul Castro and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin examined on Thursday issues of the bilateral political, economic and trade agenda, according to reports from the Kremlin press service.
According to the source, the statesmen analyzed the prospects of cooperation for new agreements in several fields of collaboration, and exchanged views about regional and international affairs.
President Raul Castro arrived in Moscow on May 5th to comply with an invitation by his Russian colleague to attend the celebrations for the 70th anniversary of the victory over fascism, to be held on May 9th.
During a meeting yesterday with Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev, the Cuban president said: "I couldn't miss these celebrations for the 70th anniversary of this victory, given our great friendship and the ties between our peoples."
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