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Díaz-Canel spoke with the president-elect of Brazil: Always count on Cuba

diazlula-1“Last night, with the emotion of victory, I spoke with Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. I sent him hugs from Raúl, from the Cuban people and government, and told him: ‘Your victory belongs to Brazil and Latin America and the Caribbean, to integration and peace. Always count on Cuba,’” President Miguel Díaz-Canel wrote on his Twitter account.

After enduring lawfare, jail and persecution, Lula da Silva was once again elected president in Brazil. He won this Sunday in the ballot, of the presidential elections, by obtaining 50.90% of the votes.

The Cuban president had expressed satisfaction with the electoral victory of the leader of the Workers’ Party, whom he congratulated on behalf of the Cuban government and people.

Venezuela and Brazil agree to resume binational cooperation agenda
The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, and the newly elected Brazilian president agreed to resume the binational cooperation agenda between the two countries.

“I had a good telephone conversation with the president-elect of the Federative Republic of Brazil,” the president said on his Twitter account.

“We agreed to resume the Binational Cooperation Agenda between our countries. We appreciate your willingness!” he stated.

Maduro also revealed that the Brazilian labor leader sent his greetings and commitment to all the people of Venezuela.

“We are willing to work hard to strengthen Latin America and the Caribbean and for the economic and social development of our peoples,” the head of state wrote on the social network.

Lula after speaking with dozens of heads of state: “We are returning to the world”
The Brazilian president said on Tuesday that he has spoken with dozens of heads of state, and “all want to expand alliances and joint work with Brazil on trade, on climate issues and on major global issues.”

“We are returning to the world,” Lula da Silva highlighted on his Twitter account.

(With information from Prensa Latina)

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