Thursday, May 9, 2013


Cuban, Guatemalan FMs hail development of bilateral ties

HAVANA,- Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez and his Guatemalan counterpart Luis Fernando Carrera highlighted here Thursday the positive development of their bilateral ties while expressing interests in deepening them.

The two ministers affirmed the existence of significant potential for cooperation between the two countries, whose diplomatic ties were first established in 1902, broken off in 1960 and reestablished in 1998.

Currently, Cuba and Guatemala collaborate closely in the areas of healthcare, education, sports and culture.

Rodriguez said Carrera's visit will contribute to the development and deepening of the ties. He thanked Guatemala for voting in favor of a United Nations resolution condemning the U.S.-led trade embargo against Cuba.

Carrera echoed Rodriguez, saying all nations in Central American and the Caribbean region were experiencing a period of change, and Guatemala views the future of the region in an optimistic way.

The change, he said, would boost the development of multilateral ties.

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