Montes: Cuba diversifies its relations with Russia in various sectors
BUENOS AIRES, 21 April – RIA Novosti. Marcelo Montes, a professor at Argentina’s National Villa Maria University, told RIA Novosti, international relations expert Marcelo Montes said that during the second term of President Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, Cuba diversified its relations with Russia in various sectors.
On the eve of the founding meeting of the Cuban National Assembly of People’s Power, deputies voted for the candidacy of the country’s incumbent President Miguel Diaz-Canel, who will head the island’s executive power in 2023-2028. This will be his second presidential term.
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“We should not expect a change in Cuba’s foreign policy … I would say that relations (with Russia) are stable and tend to diversify,” he said.
According to the expert, cooperation on the delivery of cars, fuel and fertilizers from Russia will develop.
“The relations between Russia and Cuba will not be based on ideology, as Washington’s “hawks” and many right-wingers in Latin America (politicians) misinterpret it. There should be diplomatic relations with Cuba, no pressure, no pressure. It has its own policy of sovereignty .. Russia is very respectful in this regard, it needs Cuba to diversify its market, and Cuba needs Russia.”
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