President Diaz-Canel to meet with Iranian counterpart

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel on Thursday met with his Iranian counterpart Seyed Ebrahim Raisi who is presently paying an official visit to Cuba. Prior to the meeting, both leaders toured the Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, where President Raisi was able to learn about the work of Cuban scientists, the country’s progress in biotechnology, as well as potential for mutual development in this sector.

Cuba, Iran express willingness to strengthen bilateral cooperation

Senior Cuban and Iranian officials expressed their willingness to continue strengthening bilateral cooperations during a business forum held in Havana. The majestic event, which has been briefly attended by Iranian President confirmed Cuban interest in progressing in innovative and mutually beneficial businesses for the economic and social development of both nations, the First Deputy Foreign Trade and Investment Minister Ana Teresita Fraga stated, while explaining that both countries are determined to work on actions that help to increase Iranian entrepreneurs´ interests in Cuba.

Iran and Cuba review common agenda and cooperation

Iranian President Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi, who is on an official visit to Cuba, fulfills a busy agenda on Thursday which includes talks with his counterpart Miguel Díaz-Canel in order to review common issues and cooperation. Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez welcomed Raisi at Havana’s José Martí International Airport on Wednesday.


Raisi congratulates Cuban counterpart on his re-election

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has congratulated his Cuban counterpart Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez on his re-election as the president of Cuba for his second term. In a written message issued on Thursday, President Raisi expressed hope that bilateral ties between Cuba and Iran could further improve during Diaz-Canel's second term in office.

Iran calls for the end of U.S. blockade against Cuba

The Group of Friends in Defense of the UN Charter called for the U.S. government to put an immediate and unconditional end to its hostile blockade against Cuba, diplomatic sources informed Sunday. According to a report from the Cuban embassy in Iran, the member states expressed their unwavering solidarity with the Cuban people and government.