The mission, headed by Roberto Morales, a member of the Politburo and organizational secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party, was located in a former French concession in Shanghai. Author: Latin press
BEIJING, 27 April. A delegation of Cuban guerrillas today visited the birthplace of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in Shanghai as part of their activities in the said municipality, PL reported.
The mission, led by Roberto Morales, a member of the Politburo and organizational secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party (PCC), was in the former French concession of Shanghai, accompanied by local authorities, and learned the details of that historic moment that occurred in July 1921.
In addition, visitors visited the museum, which displays documents, objects and images of this event supported by innovative technologies.
Morales and his entourage arrived in Shanghai yesterday from Beijing, from where he began his current visit to China last Sunday.
A visit that also becomes a learning experience. An important exchange and friendly visit by Comrade Morales to China. https://t.co/TmohFSe2kJ pic.twitter.com/QcjNdzJ41p
— Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez (@DiazCanelB) April 27, 2023
In both cities, they were located in places of historical, cultural, and public interest, and were hosted by high-ranking CCP and government officials, including Premier Li Qiang.
On Monday, the leader opened the fifth Theoretical Seminar between the PKCh and the PKK, and then two agreements were signed with immediate five-year extensions each to increase cooperation between these guerrilla groups, as well as youth groups in both countries. . . .
Source: Juventud Rebelde