The first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, Raul Castro, met on Saturday with Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, who is on an official visit to Havana.
During the cordial meeting, they expressed mutual satisfaction with the good state of bilateral relations, and agreed on the will to continue to develop them. They also spoke about international issues.
The head of Mexican diplomacy was accompanied by the chief of the Presidency's Advisors, Lazaro Cardenas, and Mexican Ambassador to Cuba Miguel Ignacio Diaz, while Cuba was also represented by Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez.
At the meeting with his Cuban counterpart on Saturday, Ebrard noted that his country has started a new phase in its relations with the Caribbean island, which are better and broader.
According to the Mexican secretary of Foreign Affairs, this visit aims to translate the affection between the two people into actions for cooperation that will allow to get positive results in the next few months and year.