Vietnam Gave more than 700 laptops to National Council of People’s Power From Cuba (Parliament), the official press of the Asian country reported on Wednesday.
Tran Thanh Man, a member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of Vietnam, and vice-president of the National Assembly, handed over the donation in Hanoi to a representative of the Cuban legislature, which is controlled by the Caribbean Communist Party.
“The gifts intended for the Cuban legislature, which include 750 laptop computers, two servers and two multifunction printers, seek to support the activities of the National Assembly of People’s Power in the Caribbean country,” the Vietnamese official explained.
State media reported that Thanh Mann highlighted the alliance between the two countries, founded by Ho Chi Minh and former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, during the act. Viet Nam Plus.
Orlando Nicholas Hernandez Gillin, Cuban ambassador to the Asian country, thanked the Vietnamese Parliament for the “valuable support” and highlighted the bilateral relations. After emphasizing that the Cuban regime is making “continuous efforts” to modernize the island’s economic model, the diplomat expressed his wish that the two parliaments would continue to “deepen cooperation.”
Guilin Hernandez extended an invitation from the leaders of the Caribbean Order, who “wish to receive the President of the Vietnamese National Assembly, Phuong Dinh Hue, soon”.
Work from Vietnam in Cuba
Just a few months ago Vietnam donated 6000 tons of rice to Cubaduring the signing of agreements in Havana.
This gesture was “an expression of the solidarity that always accompanies the relations of cooperation and warm friendship between Cuba and Vietnam,” according to the official Cuban Agency. latin press.
The signing of the agreements, which took place in September 2021, included the creation of a joint venture between Vietnamese City Land Investment Limited and the regime-owned Cuban entities Cubanacan and Gran Caribe, which will be responsible for construction and development. of hotel projects.
A power purchase contract was also agreed between Electric Union and Thai Binh Green Power Investment Corp. It is a joint investment to generate 20 megawatts of solar PV technology in the Mariel Special Development Zone, which is in the approval stage for its implementation.
In the midst of an economic crisis that, among other reasons, sparked popular demonstrations on the island in July last year, Havana received donations of food and medicine From Nicaragua, Russia, Italy, Venezuela, China and other allied countries.
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