[size=36]An official invitation to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba to visit Iraq[/size]
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Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein on Sunday extended an official invitation to his Cuban counterpart, Bruno Rodriguez Barilla, to visit Iraq.
A Foreign Ministry statement received by Mawazine News stated that "Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein met with Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Barilla, on the sidelines of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, and the two ministers discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to advance them. to achieve the aspirations of the two peoples.”
The Foreign Minister stressed, according to the statement, "the importance of scientific and cultural cooperation between Baghdad and Havana, and the signing of memoranda of understanding in various fields."
The two sides discussed "the contents of cooperation in the topics on the agenda of the United Nations at its 77th session, mutual support between the two countries in international organizations and conferences, and issues related to membership and candidacy, in addition to discussions that touched on the economic and political situation, and the ongoing preparations for Cuba to assume the presidency of the Group of 77 + China." As well as Iraq's presidency of the same group in 2025."
For his part, Barilla affirmed "his country's readiness to strengthen relations with Iraq in various political, economic, cultural and commercial fields," expressing "his government's thanks for Iraq's supportive stances for them at the United Nations," pointing out "his country's readiness to cooperate with Iraq."
The statement continued, "At the end of the meeting, Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein extended an official invitation to the Cuban Foreign Minister to visit Iraq in the context of strengthening relations between the two countries."