After the official welcoming ceremony at the Palace of the Revolution in the Cuban capital, both leaders held official talks. They analyzed several aspects of the two nations’ bilateral cooperation as well as topics of regional and international interest. The meeting took place in a friendly environment and both sides expressed their interest in increasing the ties between the two countries.

Also present in the official talks were Cuban Vice President Esteban Lazo, Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque and the Cuban Ambassador to Guinea Bissau, Pedro F. Do=F1a Santana, among other officials.

The African head of state is heading a delegation made up of the minister of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and Communities, Maria da Conceicao Nobre Cabral, among other high-ranking government officials.

Guinea Bissau is one of Africa’s smallest countries. It borders Senegal to the north, Guinea to the south and east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. It covers and area of over 36,000 square kilometers and has more than 1.4 million inhabitants. Its economy is based on agriculture and fishing.

After the official welcoming ceremony at the Palace of the Revolution in the Cuban capital, both leaders held official talks. They analyzed several aspects of the two nations’ bilateral cooperation as well as topics of regional and international interest. The meeting took place in a friendly environment and both sides expressed their interest in increasing the ties between the two countries.

Also present in the official talks were Cuban Vice President Esteban Lazo, Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque and the Cuban Ambassador to Guinea Bissau, Pedro F. Do=F1a Santana, among other officials.

The African head of state is heading a delegation made up of the minister of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and Communities, Maria da Conceicao Nobre Cabral, among other high-ranking government officials.

Guinea Bissau is one of Africa’s smallest countries. It borders Senegal to the north, Guinea to the south and east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. It covers and area of over 36,000 square kilometers and has more than 1.4 million inhabitants. Its economy is based on agriculture and fishing.

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After the official welcoming ceremony at the Palace of the Revolution in the Cuban capital, both leaders held official talks. They analyzed several aspects of the two nations’ bilateral cooperation as well as topics of regional and international interest. The meeting took place in a friendly environment and both sides expressed their interest in increasing the ties between the two countries.

Also present in the official talks were Cuban Vice President Esteban Lazo, Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque and the Cuban Ambassador to Guinea Bissau, Pedro F. Do=F1a Santana, among other officials.

The African head of state is heading a delegation made up of the minister of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and Communities, Maria da Conceicao Nobre Cabral, among other high-ranking government officials.

Guinea Bissau is one of Africa’s smallest countries. It borders Senegal to the north, Guinea to the south and east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. It covers and area of over 36,000 square kilometers and has more than 1.4 million inhabitants. Its economy is based on agriculture and fishing.

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