Japan and Cuba Affirm Good Pace of Bilateral Relations

Edited by Juan Leandro
2013-11-09 12:57:36

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Tokyo, November 9 (RHC)-- Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez affirmed in Tokyo the good pace of bilateral relations and their possible strengthening in several sectors. 

During the talks, the two officials also addressed issues of international interest, according to a Prensa Latina report from the Japanese capital. 

As part of his agenda in Japan, Bruno Rodriguez held talks with Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida and with other Japanese officials. 

The top government Cuban official also met with leaders of the Friendship-with-Cuba Parliamentary League and the Japan-Cuba Economic Conference, as well as with the president of the Japanese Communist Party, Kazuo Shii.
 
In all these meetings, participants addressed ways to deepen parliamentary, economic, commercial, sports and cultural relations between the two countries. 

The Cuban delegation included the director of Asia and Oceania of the Cuban Foreign Ministry Miguel Angel Ramirez and Cuban ambassador to Tokyo Marcos Rodriguez. 


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