Cuban VP visits Angola
Ricardo Cabrisas, Vice-President of the Cuban Council of Ministers, today will begin a four-day visit to Angola, in order to strength bilateral relations and cooperation.
During his stay in the African nation, Cabrisas will have a working meeting with Georges Chicoty, Minister of Foreign Affairs and is expected to be received on Thursday by Vice President Manuel Vicente, according to news agency Prensa Latina.
The Cuban VP will hold talks with officials of government departments in the sectors of Construction, Health, Finances, Transport, Energy and Water, Education, Higher Education and National Defense.
In 2014, the two governments signed a memorandum of understanding to build in Cuba two international airports in three years.
Over 4000 Cuban people work in Angola, including 1,800 doctors and 1,400 education professionals.