HAVANA.- Bruno Rodriguez, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba begins this Tuesday an official visit to the People's Republic of China at the invitation of his host counterpart, Wang Yi.

A communiqué from the chancellery of the Asian giant indicates that the visit will last until the 30th and in it the parties will analyze the progress of bilateral relations and issues of common interest.

The Cuban FM was in China at the beginning of last November, as part of the delegation that accompanied President Miguel Diaz-Canel on his first trip after taking office.

The president assured then that his stay in China had a special significance because it focused on promoting more friendship between both governments and peoples.

Minister Rodríguez arrives in Beijing from Russia, where he fulfilled an intense work agenda that included a meeting with his counterpart Serguei Lavrov and with members of the diplomatic representation of the Island in Moscow.