HAVANA, Cuba, Oct 28 (ACN) Cuba's Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez noted the potential of a Foreign Service Bill, by strengthening the unity and coherence of the joint action of the State abroad.
On his Twitter account, the Cuban FM said that the regulation will further deepen the coordination, planning and effectiveness of the bodies, agencies, entities and officials involved in it.
His statements are related to the working days prior to the 5th ordinary period of sessions of the 9th legislature of the National Assembly of People's Power (ANPP), in which this bill was assessed.
On Monday, Cuban parliamentarians reached consensus on the regulations that will be submitted for approval.
Rodriguez, also a legislator, explained that 37 proposals were made regarding the activity of the Foreign Service, among those formulated by the parliamentarians in the study session and those made by the population through email.
Some of the suggested changes were the non-distinction between State and Government in the legislative body, replacing the reference to national interest by interests of the people, as reflected in the Constitution of the Republic, and the introduction of historic antecedents of the Foreign Service in the foundation.