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MOSCOW, October 23 (Itar-Tass) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Vice-President of the Cuban Council of Minister Ricardo Cabrisas noted the need for stronger strategic partnership between Russia and Cuba. The Cuban vice-president is currently on a working visit in Moscow.
“At the talks that were held in friendly and constructive atmosphere traditional for Russian-Cuban relations the negotiators discussed prioritized issues on the agenda of bilateral cooperation and some international and regional issues,” the Russian Foreign Ministry stated.
“The interlocutors noted mutual intentions of the countries to continue to build up strategic partnership between Russia and Cuba,” the Russian Foreign Ministry reported.