Party leader Trong holds talks with former Cuban President Fidel Castro

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Party leader Trong holds talks with former Cuban President Fidel Castro

Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong visits Fidel Castro, leader of Cuba's revolution

He told former President Fidel that in every Vietnamese person's heart, Fidel remains a noble figure of an indomitable fighter who has tirelessly struggled for the independence and freedom of Cuba and other oppressed nations around the world.

'You're a great friend, a brother and a comrade in arms of the Vietnamese people,' said Party chief Trong.

He briefed former President Fidel of the results of his talks with Cuban President Raul Castro and the current situation in Vietnam.

He told the Cuba’s revolution leader that the Vietnamese Party, Government and people would do everything to raise the special, loyal and pure solidarity and friendship, mutual understanding and comprehensive co-operation between the two nations to a higher level.

He also conveyed regards from Vietnamese party and government leaders to former President Fidel.

The Cuban leader spoke highly of the visit to Cuba by Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and expressed his admiration for the achievements that Viet Nam has gained.

'Your speech at the Nico Lopez Party School is of great value to us,' he said.

He thanked Vietnamese people for their selfless support, solidarity and co-operation with the Cuban people.

Party chief Trong and former President Fidel agreed on the importance of educating young people on the traditional revolution of the two countries and the imperative to preserve and enhance the friendships, solidarity and loyalty between the two nations.

During their meeting, the two leaders also discussed and exchanged their ideas on regional and international issues of mutual concern.

The Vietnamese delegation led by Party General Secretary Trong left for home on the same day concluding their successful visit to Cuba.

(VNS)

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