HAVANA TIMES, July 20 – Cuban President Raul Castro continued his African tour Monday afternoon arriving in Angola from Namibia. He previously visited Algeria and attended the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit in Egypt where Cuba handed over the chair to the organization after a three year presidency.
The Cuban press reported that during his two-day stay, Raul Castro will meet with President Jose Eduardo Dos Santos and other leaders.
The trip to Angola is Castro’s second official visit to the southwest African nation since becoming Cuba’s president in February 2008. The first visit took place in February, 2009.