Cuba in Uganda

State Minister of Education of Uganda hosts the Ambassador of Cuba.

Kampala. Today, February 1, the Honorable Dr. John C. Muyingo, State Minister of the Ministry of Education and Sports of Uganda, received the Cuban Ambassador Tania Pérez at the headquarters of that institution.

 

During the meeting, the Cuban diplomat updated on the status of cooperation between higher education institutions of Cuba and Uganda; highlighting the historic cooperation project with Mbarara University, and the most recent ones with the Uganda Christian University and the Uganda Institute of Management.

 

Uganda together with Africa in solidarity with Cuba.

Mpumalanga. The Honourable Richard Todwong, Secretary General of Uganda's ruling party, National Resistance Movement, led the delegation of that sister African nation to the Seventh Cuban Solidarity Conference of the African continent, held in South Africa.

 

The renewed strengthening of relations between the governing parties of both nations constitutes an important pillar in bilateral political relations.

Burundi raises its voice in defense of the Cuban people.

Mpumalanga. The Right Honorable Reverien Ndikuroyo, Secretary General of Burundi's ruling party, Party for the Defense of Democracy-Forces for Democracy (CNDD-FDD), led the delegation of that sister African nation to the Seventh Conference Solidarity with Cuba of the African continent, held in South Africa.

 

This participation of the Burundian political leader is part of the historic and renewed relations between the government parties of Burundi and Cuba.

 

Cuban Vice President at Kampala Summits

Kampala. From January 18 to 23, Cuban Vice President Salvador Valdés Mesa chaired the Cuban delegation that participated in the Summits of the Non-Aligned Movement and the Group of 77+China held in Kampala, Uganda.

 

The Cuban leader and the delegation that accompanied him actively participated in the program of both events and held bilateral meetings with several countries.

 

Cuba's direct, strong and committed message in both Summits was recognized by the participating delegations.

 

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