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Posted March 14, 2006 by publisher in Castro's Cuba

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Prensa Latina

Cuba’s Minister of Government Ricardo Cabrisas arrived on an official visit to the Chinese capital Friday, to meet companies that deal with the Caribbean country.

Cabrisas arrived in Beijing from Hanoi, where he met with Vietnamese President Tran Duc Luong on Tuesday and hand over to him an invitation from his Cuban counterpart Fidel Castro to attend in Havana the 14th Summit of the Non Aligned Movement next September.

The Summit of the Non Aligned Countries Heads of States and Government will session in the Cuban capital from September 11 to 16.

The organization is formed by 114 nations and Cuba will take its presidency for the second time in its history.

In Vietnam, the Cuban minister held talks with several ministers and top government officials of the south-eastern Asian country.

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  1. Follow up post #1 added on March 27, 2006 by Ralph

    Watch out Fifo,Cabrisas and the others,the non-aligned group is one thing and
    China is other,just the opposite,because China is well aligned with its own\
    Agenda which is to boost itself as an economical superpower in the next 25
    years,maybe the needed a little bit more,100 years,but the susbstance is the
    same they are not interesting in any other thing,they could make strategic
    alliances,but talk the talk and walk the walk pro non-aligned group never and
    Cabrisas knows ..........


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