China and Cuba have seen increasing high-level visits and
deepened exchanges of experience in years, a visiting Communist
Party of China (CPC) official said Tuesday.
The visits and exchanges of experience on governance have
brought benefits to the construction of the countries and parties
of both sides, said Wang Zhaoguo, a member of the Political Bureau
of the CPC Central Committee.
Wang, also vice-chairman of the Standing Committee of the
National People's Congress (NPC), China's top legislature, kicked
off his three-day Cuba tour from Monday.
Since the 1990s, the two countries have secured stable
development of bilateral ties, as they have strengthened their
cooperation in areas such as politics, economy, science and
technology and culture, and supported each other in international
affairs, said Wang.
Wang made the remarks while meeting with Jose Ramon Machado
Ventura, a member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee
of the Communist Party of Cuba and vice-president of the Council of
State of Cuba.
Wang also briefed Machado and other Cuban officials on the
just-concluded 17th National Congress of the CPC, as well as the
building of the CPC governing capacity, scientific outlook on
development and the construction of a moderately prosperous
Machado said Wang's visit embodies the mutual trust and
friendship between the two peoples and parties.
The Communist Party of Cuba attaches importance to relations
with China and will work closely with the Chinese side to push
forward bilateral friendly cooperation in a comprehensive manner,
Before the meeting, Wang placed a wreath on the Jose Marti
Monument at Havana's Revolution Square.
On Tuesday afternoon, Wang also visited the prestigious Latin
American Medical School, which has trained thousands of medical
processionals for free for some Latin American and African
(Xinhua News Agency November 14, 2007)