Lemonye highlighted the bonds of friendship that unite the two countries and the coincidence in the defense of values such as dignity and sovereignty. He also ratified Paris’ decision not to yield to extraterritorial sanctions in its willingness to promote bilateral ties, referring to the US blockade policy and its pressures to isolate Cuba.
‘We reiterate our commitment to move forward together,’ he stressed. For his part, Ambassador Rodriguez mentioned Cuban willingness to strengthen relations at all levels with France, which already ranks among the island’s top 10 trading partners.
The leader of the French Communist Party, Jean-Charles Negre, also took part in the inauguration of Cuba’s stand at the Espace Collectivités, highlighting the island’s economic possibilities and its resistance to Washington’s hostility.
At the stand, the French Secretary of State was told about details of the Caribbean nation’s economy, investment opportunities and exportable products. (Taken from Prensa Latina)