King of Lesotho arrived to Cuba
According to a report by Granma newspaper, his stay here until October 26 is to foster ties of friendship and cooperation between the two nations.
So far, about 70 Lesotho young people have been graduated in the island's university, another 23 are currently studying here, and nearly 19 Cuban collaborators are working in that African country.
His agenda here includes official talks with First Vice President Raul Castro, meeting with other leaders and visiting sites of historic and social interest.
The Kingdom of Lesotho is member of the Non Aligned Countries Movement and has strictly supported the Cuban resolution against the US blockade to the island at the UN General Assembly.
Both nations established diplomatic relations on June 14, 1979.
Source: Prensa Latina