Cuba and Ghana reaffirm its political ties of friendship

The Cuban Ambassador, Pedro Luis Despaigne González, visited the headquarters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), where he was received by members of his national leadership, led by the General Secretary, Mr. Johnson Asiedu Nketiah.

The Cuban diplomat updated them on the development and main results of the Seventh Congress of the PCC and the process of talks with the United States of America in order to normalize their relations, although he explained that the blockade still maintained its validity and with new actions against Cuba. He reiterated the invitation for the NDC party to visit Cuba at the time their leadership consider it most appropriate. He also gave to the General Secretary and the Director of International Relations the congratulations for a new year sent by José Ramón Balaguer Cabrera, head of the Department of International Relations of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party.

Mr. Johnson Asiedu Nketiah thanked the Cuban ambassador for his visit, reiterated that the ties between the two political parties are historical and based on the concrete facts of cooperation between both countries. He thanked for the reiteration of the invitation received, which he said will be completed after the general elections in the country.

In the meeting participated the Deputy Secretary-General of the NDC, Mr. Koku Anyidoho; the Director of International Relations, Mr. Kofi Attor; the Director of Administration, Mr. Emmanuel S. Zumakpeh and the Deputy Director of International Relations, Dr. Karl Mark Arhin.

The NDC is the current ruling party and aspires to be reelected in the elections to be developed in November of the current year. 


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