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President of Cape Verde Thanks Cuba for Supporting his Country - Linkis.com

17.12.15

President of Cape Verde Thanks Cuba for Supporting his Country - Linkis.com






In his lecture Democracy and Development in Africa: a particular view on Cape Verde, at the University of Havana, the dignitary also praised the cooperation that the Caribbean nation has permanently given to his people.
He also exemplified the training of nearly 700 technicians and professionals from various sectors, including more than a hundred physicians of that country now offering their services to their fellow countrymen.
Gustavo Cobreiro, rector of the University of Havana, said that Cuba and Cape Verde are two fraternal nations, united by deep historic and cultural bonds during four decades of fruitful relations, established in July 1975 after it reached independence from Portuguese colonialism.


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