Cuban Foreign Minister participates in the transfer of the presidential leadership in Chile

Havana: The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Bruno Rodriguez Parilla, arrived today in Chile to participate in the presidential leadership transfer ceremony, in which Gabriel Borek Fonte will take office.

In the social network Twitter The Cuban Foreign Minister affirmed his happiness in promoting the development of the historical relations that unite our nation.

Arriving in Chile for the Presidential Leadership Transition ceremonies, as President-elect Gabriel Borek Fonte takes office.

We are pleased to promote the development of the historical ties that unite our nation,” wrote the Head of Diplomacy of the Antilles.

According to the Cuban Foreign Ministry, Rodriguez Barilla will lead the delegation that will represent the island at the event, scheduled for March 11.

Gabriel Borek, 35, was elected last December as Chile’s president, receiving the most votes in the country’s history (4.6 million).

Borek, a representative of the Left coalition, Approval of Dignity, received 55.86 percent of the vote, surpassing his far-right rival Jose Antonio Caste, of the Christian Social Front, by 11.6 points.

According to the agency latin pressthe election was historic to break all turnout numbers since the implementation of voluntary voting in 2012: 8.3 million Chileans went to the polls in the second round, with 55 percent in attendance.

On this occasion, Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermúdez welcomed the election result, describing it as a historic popular victory.

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