After his arrival at the José Martí International Airport, the president expressed in remarks to the press the satisfaction of being in Cuba, where he graduated as a Bachelor of Political Science in 1985.
He thanked Cuba for its constant assistance in health matters, which began in 1980 with the signing of a scientific, technical and cultural cooperation agreement.
Faure, who assumed his current position on October 16, 2016, stressed that during his stay he will inaugurate the Seychelles embassy in Havana, the first of that African nation in the Latin American and Caribbean region, whose opening took place in the late from last year.
Upon his arrival, the dignitary was received by Rogelio Sierra, Cuban Foreign deputy Minister the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
As part of his visit, which will conclude on April 29, Faure will hold official talks with General of the Army Raúl Castro, President of the Councils of State and Ministers, as well as other activities.