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Venezuela and Cuba’s ruling parties ink collaboration agreement

The United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) and the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) have signed a collaborative agreement aimed at enhancing ties between the two governing organizations.

From Havana, Cuba’s capital, the PCC’s organizational secretary, Roberto Morales, and the PSUV’s first vice president, Diosdado Cabello, endorsed the document outlining shared actions and objectives to bring their political parties closer together.

During a meeting with Esteban Lazo, the president of Cuba’s National Assembly of People’s Power, Cabello stated that this inter-party agreement would bolster the common journey to benefit both nations’ citizens.

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Speaking to Prensa Latina, Cabello emphasized the deep bond between Cuba and Venezuela.

He noted the signed text strengthens friendship, cooperation, dialogue, mutual learning, and political trust between their parties.

Lazo, meanwhile, commented on the challenges both nations face, largely attributing them to US-imposed economic sanctions and blockades.

He expressed the need for enhanced exchanges between the two countries parliaments.

Cabello, also a deputy and leader of the majority faction in the Venezuelan parliament, lauded the solidarity between the two nations and affirmed his party’s commitment to Cuba, describing their established connections as “excellent”.

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