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Mexico, Cuba to hold 15th round of talks on migration

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Mexico, Cuba to hold 15th round of talks on migration

Mexico City, Apr 5 (Prensa Latina) The 15th Round of Talks on Migration Issues between the United States of Mexico and the Republic of Cuba will be held in this capital on Wednesday, the Cuban embassy confirmed on Tuesday.
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The Cuban delegation will be headed by Carlos Fernandez de Cossio, foreign vice minister; and on the Mexican side, by Maximiliano Reyes Zuñiga, undersecretary for Latin America and the Caribbean.

According to the press release, during the meeting both delegations will assess the status of the migratory flow between Cuba and Mexico. They will also check compliance with the memorandum of understanding on migration signed by both nations.

This meeting will be the occasion to reaffirm both governments’ willingness and commitment to carry out joint actions to strengthen bilateral cooperation on migration in order to guarantee a regular, orderly and safe flow of migrants, the text adds.

It recalls that the Cuban government ratifies its commitment to guarantee a regular, orderly and safe migration and Cuban citizens’ right to travel, emigrate and return, under the national migration law.

Also on Tuesday, Fernandez de Cossio and the Cuban delegation will meet at the embassy in private with Cuban residents in Mexico from the Jose Marti Association.

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