Cuban VP visits North Korea
The Cuban First Vice President, Miguel Diaz Canel, arrived in North Korea where he was received by First Secretary of the Workers Party of Korea, Kim Jong Un, as part of the celebrations for the 55th anniversary of relations between the two nations.
During the meeting, the two leaders spoke of the excellent bilateral relations, as well as the current situation in Asia and Latin America.
The Korean leader sent his regards to Cuban Revolution historical leader Fidel Castro and President Raul Castro.
After the meeting, Kim Jong Un invited the Cuban delegation to enjoy a concert in its honor.
Diaz-Canel was accompanied by Foreign Relation Deputy Minister Rogelio Sierra and Cuban Ambassador to North Korea Hermin Ferras.