The Foreign Ministers of Cuba and Laos, Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla and Saleumxay Kommasith, respectively, held official talks today at Cuba's Foreign Ministry.
"We emphasize the excellent state of bilateral relations on the 45th anniversary of their establishment," Rodriguez Parrilla wrote on Twitter.
Kommasith began last Sunday an official visit to Cuba lasting until November 12.
The Laotian minister will visit sites of economic and social interest as part of the program, as well as official conversations with his Cuban counterpart.
Laos has maintained excellent diplomatic relations with Cuba since its establishment on November 4, 1974.
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