Cuba, Mexico Hold Inter-Parliamentary Meeting

Cuba, Mexico Hold Inter-Parliamentary Meeting Havana, May 3. – Cuba and Mexico on Thursday will hold an inter-parliamentary meeting to analyze bilateral, Latin American and international issues, legislator Ramon Pez Ferro stated.

In remarks to Prensa Latina, Pez Ferro, who is also the president of the International Relations Committee of the People's Power National Assembly (Cuban Parliament), noted that some 25 Mexican senators and legislators and a similar number of Cuban parliamentarians are expected to attend the forum.

According to the source, this is the 13th meeting of this kind taking place every year between the two nations.

Referring to these inter-parliamentary activities, Pez Ferro added that they effectively contribute to strengthening fraternal and friendly relations at an international level.

The legislator recalled that Cuba has maintained an extensive exchange with representatives from Latin American and international parliaments in 2012.

This meeting will take place less than one month after Mexican President Felipe Calderon's official visit to Havana on April 11.

The objective of the head of State's visit to Cuba was to conclude agreements on health, education and energy.(Prensa Latina)