Mexico, Mar 30. – Mexican President Felipe Calderon will visit Cuba, Haiti and Colombia from April 11 to 15, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs informed the Senate.
The Foreign Ministry said that during his visit to Cuba, the president will continue the talks on political issues, immigration, exploitation of shared oil resources, trade and investment, human rights and regional integration in Latin America and the Caribbean.
At the end of his activities in Cuba, says the statement, Calderon will hold a brief working visit to Port au Prince, Haiti's capital, in response to the invitation made by the country's president, Michel Joseph Martelly.
In Colombia, the president will participate in the Sixth Summit of the Americas.(Prensa Latina)