HAVANA, Aug.15 (Xinhua) -- Bolivian President Evo Morales arrived Monday afternoon in Cuba to participate in the celebrations marking the 90th birthday of the Cuban Revolution leader, Fidel Castro, an official statement said.
"The visit of President Evo represents another example of the excellent state of the relations between the peoples and governments of Cuba and Bolivia," said the document published by the daily Granma newspaper.
Castro turned 90 on Saturday and his birthday has been celebrated by several national and international events.
Morales arrived here after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, who had accompanied Castro in a big cultural gala on Saturday night.
The Bolivian president had also sent his best wishes through Twitter, calling Castro's entire life "admirable."
Castro beat foreign domination with strength and perseverance, Morales said.
"The Cuban Revolution is the mother of the Latin American revolution, with united people mobilized to beat the North American imperialism," he said.