Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister Rogelio Sierra continues his intense working agenda as part of the sessions of the Forum of Leaders of the Pacific Islands underway in the Republic of Nauru.
According an article in the CubaMinrex website, the Cuban diplomat spoke on Tuesday in a segment reserved for the Dialog Partners with the Leaders where all the Heads of island delegations and other guests participated.
The Cuban representative held bilateral talks with the President of Nauru, Baron Divavesi Waqa and Health Minister Charmaine Scotty.
Sierra Diaz also met with the Prime Minister of Niue, Sir TokeTufikia Talagi, the Foreign Minister of Papua New Guinea, Rimbink Pato and the head of the delegation of the People’s Republic of China and Special Envoy to the Forum, Ambassador Du Qiwen.
The Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister headed the island’s delegation to the Forum, constituting the most important multilateral event of the Small Island States of the Pacific.