Havana, June 28 (RHC)-- Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez met Tuesday in Havana with his counterpart from New Zealand Gerry Brownlee, who is paying an official visit.
During the exchange, minister Rodríguez confirmed the importance Cuba sees in its relations with the island nation of the southwestern Pacific Ocean, based on mutual respect, trust and cooperation.
Brownlee said that the New Zealand government recognizes Cuba's leadership position in the Latin American and Caribbean region, and expressed an interest in expanding political and economic relations with the Caribbean state.
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