Cuba foreign minister to visit China


At China’s invitation, Cuban Special Envoy Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla will visit China from June 5 to 9…reports Asian Lite News

At China’s invitation, Special Envoy of Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel, Member of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party and Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla will pay an official visit to China from June 5 to 9, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning announced on Tuesday.

Earlier, it was reported that China was considering pursuing military facilities in multiple locations, including Cuba.

As per the latest report by US Intelligence Community, China was also considering Pakistan, Burma, Cuba, Equatorial Guinea, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Tanzania, and the UAE.

These facilities are beyond developing its military base in Djibouti and its military facility at Ream Naval Base in Cambodia.

“Beijing will focus on building a fully modernised national defence and military force by 2035 and for the PLA to become a world-class military by 2049. In the meantime, the CCP hopes to use the PLA to secure what it claims is its sovereign territory, to assert its preeminence in regional affairs, and to project power globally, particularly by being able to deter and counter an intervention by the US in a cross-Strait conflict,” the assessment by the US intelligence said.

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