In a meeting that took place at the legislative body headquarters, the head of parliament highlighted the excellent state of political relations between the two nations and the will to continue strengthening the high level of political dialogue and exchanges in areas of common interest.
As reported by the website of the National Assembly, Lazo thanked the support of Morena’s caucus in both Houses of the Congress of the Union against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba.
Similarly, he conveyed a greeting to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) on behalf of the Cuban deputies and on his own, for the signs of solidarity with the island.
During the exchange, it was learned that the XVII Cuba-Mexico Interparliamentary Meeting will take place in the coming days, as well as the installation -on March 3- of the Parliamentary Group of Friendship with the Antillean nation in the Chamber of Deputies and the next visit here of President López Obrador.
For her part, Hernández ratified the invariable position against the economic siege and hostility from Washington, while she endorsed AMLO’s words when she assured that Cuba should be declared a World Heritage Site.