BEIJING.— Salvador Valdés Mesa, a vice president of the Council of State, concluded a productive official visit to China this Tuesday, June 28, during which he informed Chinese authorities of the results of the 7th Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC).
The member of the PCC Political Bureau held meetings with the President and General Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC), Xi Jinping, and the Vice President and member of the CPC Political Bureau, Li Yuanchao, reported PL.
Both sides noted that exchanges took place in a friendly atmosphere and agreed that both Cuba and China are proud of their achievements and progress in the construction of socialism, based on the specific characteristics of each country.
The Vice President of the Council of State of Cuba expressed gratitude for the high-level agenda prepared during his visit to the country, and the warm welcome received from the Party, government and Chinese people.
The Cuban politician arrived yesterday afternoon in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, as part of his tour of Asian socialist countries to report on the results of the 7th Congress of the PCC.