President Miguel Díaz-Canel of Cuba is set to make an official visit to Iran, marking a historic moment aimed at enhancing political and economic relations between the two nations. Leading a prominent politico-economic delegation, Díaz-Canel's arrival in Tehran on Sunday will be the first visit by a Cuban president since the late Fidel Castro's trip to Iran 22 years ago.
A formal welcome awaits Díaz-Canel from Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi at the Sa'adabad historical and cultural complex on Monday morning. During the visit, high-ranking officials from both countries are expected to sign crucial documents and memoranda of understanding, signifying a commitment to the development of cooperative relations.
In addition to official meetings, Díaz-Canel will engage in separate discussions with various Iranian authorities. An exhibition showcasing the latest collaborative achievements in the medical and pharmaceutical fields between Iran and Cuba is also on the agenda, providing a platform to highlight the successes of their joint endeavors. The visit signals a significant step toward fostering stronger ties and cooperation between Cuba and Iran.