Havana, September 8 (RHC) -– The President of the Senate of Equatorial Guinea, Teresa Efua Asangono, expressed in Havana her government's willingness to strengthen collaboration links with Cuba.
Moments before a meeting with the President of the National Assembly of the People's Power, Esteban Lazo, the African legislator told journalists that her people are strongly attached to Cuba.
"We are a Third World country and we have found in Cuba support in the fields of health, education, sports, energy and agriculture for many years," said the former ambassador of Equatorial Guinea to Havana.
She noted: “All those fields are important to us and for that reason, we believe it's crucial to continue reinforcing them and exploring other opportunities, for instance, in the pharmaceutical industry. Because despite difficulties, you have great experience in pharmacological research and the production of medicines and vaccines.”
Meanwhile, the president of the Cuban Parliament ratified the importance of strengthening inter-parliamentary relations with Equatorial Guinea.
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