Havana (IP) - High-ranking officials of Iran and Cuba signed 6 documents of cooperation in the presence of the presidents of the two countries.

Iran PressAmerica: Since the victory of the Islamic Revolution, Iran has established good relations with some countries in the Latin American region, such as Nicaragua, Cuba, Venezuela, and Bolivia, which have a long history of fighting imperialism and global arrogance led by the United States.

In recent years, the relations between Iran and the progressive countries of Latin America have always been on the rise and these relations have been expanding in political, economic, commercial, industrial, energy, medical and other areas.

Therefore, Ebrahim Raisi, the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, left Tehran for Caracas on a three-day trip to Latin American countries, including Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba, on Monday.

On the third and last leg of his Latin American tour, Raisi arrived in Havana on Thursday morning and was welcomed by Cuban authorities upon his arrival at the international airport of this country.

Six cooperation documents were signed between the two countries in the presence of the presidents of Iran and Cuba.

These memoranda were in the areas of jurisdiction, comprehensive political cooperation, customs relations, and cooperation in the field of information technology, which were signed by high-ranking Iranian and Cuban officials.


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