The Cuban Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Ana Teresita González Fraga had a fruitful meeting with Lord Triesman, Co-President of the Cuban-British entity Initiative created as a program to establish a constructive dialogue between the United Kingdom and Cuba with the objective of setting some working sessions to promote bilateral relations. The group is formed by British companies interested in developing business with Cuba.
With the participation of British Members of Parliament, representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and of the Commonwealth of Nations, FCO, members of the Campaign of Solidarity with Cuba, Trade Unions and the association of Cubans in the UK among other personalities, a welcome activity in the official residence of the Ambassador of Cuba in the United Kingdom was held for the Cuban Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Ana Teresita González Fraga, who is visiting this city as part of her tour to several countries.
As part of the activities of his bilateral visit, the Cuban Deputy Foreing Minister Ana Teresita González Fraga was received today in London at the headquarters of the ministry of foreign affairs and the commonwealth of nations by the permanent undersecretary of the office of foreign affairs and from The Commonwealth and head of Diplomatic Service el autorities. Sir.
The first Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Ambassador Ana Teresita González Fraga, met with a group of Cubans living in the United Kingdom during an official visit to that country.
During the meeting, held at the Residency of the island's Ambassador to London, the high official praised the role played by Cubans living abroad in the defense of the homeland. González also highlighted their support for the struggle to lift the blockade imposed by the United States against Cuba.
This morning, the Cuban Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Ana Teresita González Fraga was received at the London headquarters of the British-Irish Union UNITE by Rob Miller, Director of the Solidarity Campaign with #Cuba (CSC) and by a broad representation of its board of directors, members of important unions and friends in solidarity.