Hanoi donates 2,000 tons of rice to Havana

Hanoi donated Friday 2,000 tons of rice to Havana in the presence of top party leaders Dinh Tien Dung and Luis Antonio Torres Iribar, respectively.

The ceremony to deliver the donation, signed by Cuban Ambassador to Vietnam, Orlando Hernandez Guillen, took place after Tien Dung and Torres Iribar signed a cooperation agreement between the Provincial Committees of the Communist Parties of Vietnam (CPV) and Cuba (PCC).

Torres Iribar arrived in Hanoi on Thursday with a party delegation from Havana and began his official visit this Friday morning with talks with Tien Dung, who is also a member of the CPV Political Bureau.

During the fraternal meeting, the two leaders agreed on expanding and making efficient cooperation to take the bilateral relations to a new level, following the solid ties of brotherhood and solidarity between Cuba and Vietnam; forged by their leaders Fidel Castro and Ho Chi Minh.

They also assessed the potential areas of cooperation, advocated for increasing exchange of experiences, especially in public health and high-tech agriculture, and explained the work, results, and projections of the Party work in each of their territories.

Troung Thi Mai, a member of the Political Bureau and permanent member of the CPV Secretariat, will receive the first secretary of the PCC in Havana and his accompanying delegation this Friday in a courtesy audience.

The visitors will pay tribute to Cuban National Hero José Martí at the monument that perpetuates his memory in Hanoi.

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