The vice president of the Council of Ministers of Cuba, Ines Maria Chapman, arrived in Kenya on Sunday to participate in the Summit of the Association of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (ACP).
Chapman and her delegation will represent Cuba in the 9th edition of the meeting, which will open on Monday and will take place for two days, with participation of a score of heads of State and Government.
Upon arrival, she was welcomed by Kenya's permanent representative before the United Nations Human Settlement Program, Njambi Kinyungu.
The Cuban delegation also includes the Sub-Saharan Africa director at the
Foreign Ministry, Gisela Garcia; Ambassador to Kenya Ernesto Gomez, and the deputy director of International Economic Agencies at the Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment Ministry, Pedro Pablo San Jorge. On Monday, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta will assume the three-year presidency of the ACP, whose 8th Summit was held in Papua New Guinea in 2016.
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