After the five-day trip to three Latin American countries, the Iranian president left Havana, the capital of Cuba, for Tehran.

Iran PressAmerica: On Monday morning, the Islamic President of Iran, heading a political and economic delegation, in order to strengthen relations with friendly and equal countries, left for Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Cuba in Latin America, with Caracas being the first destination of the president's five-day trip.

After visiting three countries of Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba, Ayatollah Dr Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi left Havana, the capital of Cuba, for Tehran on Thursday evening, local time.

In addition to meeting with high-ranking officials of Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba, the President met with businesspeople and academics of these countries.

In total, 28 cooperation documents in various fields were signed between Iran and the three Latin American countries. 219


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