Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez talked to representatives of companies and businessmen from the Islamic Republic of Iran at the largest trade fair FIHAV 2023, inaugurated yesterday in Havana. Considered the leading trade fair in Cuba and the Caribbean, the event will be held at EXPOCUBA fairgrounds until November 11 and is a meeting point for all sectors of Cuban economy.
The Cuban ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Iran, Alberto González Casals, denounced the unpunished actions of Israel in complicity with the United States in an interview published by PressTV. “Israel acts with impunity with the complicity of the United States. Every moment of impunity of action, passivity, double standards or silence will cost more innocent lives in the besieged Gaza Strip,” the ambassador stressed.
Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel met on Wednesday with Iranian Vice President for Science, Technology and Knowledge-based Economy Ruhollad Dehghani Firouz Abadi, who is visiting Havana to participate in the G77+China Summit. The Cuban head of State confirmed that during the meeting, the excellent state of bilateral relations, strengthened by Presdent Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi’s recent visit to Cuba, was confirmed. Diaz-Canel described the visit by the Iranian Vice President as an expression of the political, economic, commercial and international relations between the two countries.
Cuba's Ambassador to Iran, Alberto González Casals, celebrated the 44th anniversary of the beginning of relations between both countries on Tuesday. Casals described the relations between the two States as “relations of friendship and cooperation for the benefit of both peoples.” Cuba and the Islamic Republic of Iran have maintained uninterrupted diplomatic relations since August 8, 1979.
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.