Cuban Ambassador Vladimir Gonzalez Quesada visited the headquarters of the Islamic Consultative Assembly (Parliament) to hold a working interview with the President of Iran-Cuba Parliamentary Friendship Group, Mr. Mohammad Reza Mansouri, and others of its members.
The Cuban diplomat took the opportunity to reiterate, on behalf of his authorities, the deepest condolences for the victims caused during the terrorist attacks perpetrated on June 7th against the facilities of the Iranian legislative power and the Imam Khomeini’s Mausoleum. He stressed that Cuba condemns terrorism in all its forms and manifestations.
For his part, Mansouri thanked the expressions of condolence and affirmed that Cuba and Iran for their revolutionary experience are prepared to face the scourge of terrorism. He also offered details on the visit he intends to make to Havana as leader of the Parliamentary Friendship Group, which had to be postponed for a few days as a result of the regrettable events in the Parliament.
After the interview, the Ambassador proceeded to sign the book of condolences opened at the Islamic Consultative Assembly’s plenary entrance, in honor of the victims of the terrorist attack against its headquarters.