May 21 2016
The Bolivian president will hold talks with his Cuban colleague Raul Castro. He praised Cuba’s solidarity with Bolivia despite the U.S. blockade.
Bolivian President Evo Morales arrived in Cuba this Friday for a visit aimed at reviewing the current state of bilateral relations and assess options aimed at expanding cooperation between the two nations, the Cuban news agency Prensa Latina reported.
During his visit, Morales will pay tribute this Friday to Cuban National Hero, Jose Marti, at the Revolution Square.
The Bolivian head of state is also scheduled to meet with President, Raul Castro to hold talks on the relations between the two socialist governments.
Latin America and the Caribbean integration
Both presidents will analyze ideas and new programs for the integration of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Morales will be awarded the Jose Marti Order, the highest distinction bestowed by the Cuban Council of State, and later he will carry out other activities, Prensa Latina said.
Before departing Bolivia, Morales spoke of the importance of the figure and teachings of the former Cuban President Fidel Castro, who he described as the most solidary man in the world.
Morales praised the Cuban government for providing assistance to Bolivia despite the fact that the Caribbean island nation is under an over five-decade U.S.-imposed blockade.