Cuba-Mexico Inter Parliamentary Meeting Wraps Up Friday
HAVANA, Cuba, May 4 (acn)
Following fruitful exchange, Cuban and Mexican deputies
conclude Friday in Havana an inter parliamentary meeting
aimed at honoring and fostering friendship between the two
peoples and looking for ways to increase mutual cooperation
Trust, understanding and
respect were the premises for the preparation and
development of the 13th Cuba-Mexico Inter Parliamentary
Meeting held at
the Historical Center of Havana. The closing is scheduled
for Friday noon.
Headed by the President of the Cuban Parliament Ricardo
Alarcon and the
President of the Mexican Senate Jose Gonzalez Morfín, the
the two countries seek to contribute through parliamentary
the full recovery and advancement of bilateral relations.
The Cuba-Mexico inter parliamentary meeting, first held in
1996, has been
seen as an opportunity to envision and contribute to the
future of bonds
between the two countries and to explore new ways to
increase of economic cooperation and commercial, cultural
and technical exchange.
During the two-day meeting wrapping up this Friday, deputies
topics of common interest such as problems related to
education, and the world economic and financial situation.
Likewise, the Mexican delegation, made up of about 20
deputies from all political parties represented at Congress,
the Mexican people’s rejection of the economic, financial
blockade imposed by the US on Cuba for more than half a