Berlin.- About the meeting, the Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs pointed out in Twitter that they have reaffirmed the good state of bilateral relations and the mutual will to strengthen them.
Rodríguez added that during the talks with his German counterpart he reiterated the importance that potential initiatives regarding the conflict in Venezuela should foster a respectful dialogue with his legitimate government, committed to international law.
I met with German Foreign Minister @HeikoMaas. We ratified good status of bilateral relations and common will to strengthen them. I reiterated the importance for all initiatives on #Venezuela to promote respectful dialogue with government based on International Law. pic.twitter.com/wteh8BdhNF— Bruno Rodríguez P (@BrunoRguezP) 31 de mayo de 2019
The Cuban FM concluded his two-day official visit to Beijing on Thursday, where he had exchanges with senior government and state leaders in that country.
Rodríguez carried out a busy work agenda in Beijing which included talks with his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, and the top leaders of the Chinese Communist Party, Song Tao and Yang Jiechi.
In the talks, he received support for the Cuban struggle against the economic, financial and commercial blockade of the United States.
Besides, they ratified the unshakeable friendship between the two countries and confirmed the good state of the bilateral ties, which will reach 60 years in 2020. (PL)