The meeting, held on Tuesday in Washington, is part of the dialogue on law implementation and enforcement started by Cuba and the United States in November 2015.
Local media recalled that on September 15, 2016, the first such a meeting between Cuban and U.S. authorities took place in Havana to discuss cooperation in penal matters.
The two countries’ objective is to explore mechanism that will contribute to the efficient action against criminals and the timely exchange of information on investigations.
On January 12, representatives from the two countries discussed cyber security.
At the time, the Cuban delegation was made up of representatives of the ministries of the Interior, Communications and Foreign Affairs, and the United States was represented by officials from the departments of National Security, Justice and State.