The meeting was a part of the official tour undertaken by the Cuban delegation across various African countries, commencing on November 14 with Ghana as their first stop.
On the same day, Vice President Mesa expressed his appreciation on social media (formerly Twitter), thanking Rwanda for the warm welcome. He specifically highlighted the gracious reception provided by Vincent Biruta, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, upon their arrival in Rwanda.
In addition to engaging with President Kagame, Vice President Mesa also held talks with Rwanda’s Senate President François Xavier Kalinda on November 20, further underscoring the commitment to strengthening ties between the two nations.
Rwanda and Cuba have maintained diplomatic relations for 44 years. Additionally, both nations have established diplomatic representations in each other’s territories, further solidifying their commitment to fostering ongoing ties and cooperation.