Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel continued today his program of activities in Belarus, as part of the second day of an official visit to that European nation.
Yesterday afternoon, Diaz-Canel visited the Administration Academy attached to the president of Belarus, main institution for the training and professional development of personnel in the management field.
In addition and after laying a wreath on those fallen in Minsk, which he described as “Hero City”, the Cuban president also toured the Great Patriotic War Museum, which was visited in 1972 by Fidel.
There, according to Prensa Latina, he opened the exhibition "Fidel Castro in Belarus: memory and continuity."
He also held a meeting with Cubans residing in Belarus, where he ratified that “Cuba works so that Cubans wherever they are and feel it, to be part of our nation.
This visit to Belarus finishes today and then the Cuban president will attend the 18th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Earlier today, Diaz Canel held official talks with his local counterpart Alexander Lukashenko to whom he said: "I am the bearer of a strong and warm hug from Army General Raul Castro."
Cuba and Belarus maintain uninterrupted diplomatic ties since 1992 and work in the establishment of several cooperation and development agreements.