Cuba and Chile held their first bilateral Round of Migration Talks this week in Santiago de Chile, which were highlighted by the island's Foreign Ministry.
Working sessions held on Monday by the two parties were held in a frank and cooperative environment, the Ministry said as cited by PL news agency.
Both sides considered the current migration flow between the two countries and affirmed their willingness and commitment to take joint action to guarantee safe, orderly and regular migration.
The Cuban and the Chilean delegations also agreed to the need of fighting illegal events, such as smuggling of migrants and trafficking in persons.
During the talks, both parties began the negotiation of a Memo of understanding in migration issues.
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