Havana, Thursday 12 de December de 2019 12:47 pm

Cuba and Nicaragua commit to safe migration

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 Cuba and Nicaragua commit to safe migrationHAVANA, Cuba, Nov 28 (ACN) During the first round of migratory talks between Cuba and Nicaragua, both delegations expressed their willingness to work for legal, safe and orderly migration, Ana Teresita Gonzalez, Cuban deputy minister of foreign affairs, stated today.

The Cuban diplomat told the press that this meeting between delegations of the two countries in Managua was focused on the search for mechanisms and ways to face an issue of great importance both internationally and regionally.
She also expressed her gratitude to Nicaragua for the attention received, and reiterated Cuba's solidarity with the Sandinista revolutionary process.
Gonzalez described as honest and sincere the work session held with the Nicaraguan side, where they worked to find appropriate mechanisms to fight human trafficking and smuggling of migrants.
Cuba developed in 2018 the mechanism of migratory rounds with 15 countries, and so far in 2019 with 8: Venezuela, Guyana, Haiti, Mexico, Uruguay, Dominican Republic, Ecuador and Belize.
This Wednesday, Cuban deputy FM and the officials accompanying her held a meeting with the members of the Cuban state mission in Nicaragua, with whom she shared an update on the Cuban reality, the priorities on which the Government is working and the foreign policy perspectives.

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