Cuban foreign minister meets with Panamanian counterpart

Havana, March 7 (RHC)-- Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla held talks with his Panamanian counterpart, Alejandro Ferrer, on Friday, as part of his official visit to the Central American nation.

At the Panamanian Foreign Ministry headquarters, both diplomats highlighted the good state of bilateral relations, as well as the willingness to expand the links between the two governments.

The foreign minister also met with the secretary-general of the Panamanian Democratic Revolutionary Party, Pedro Miguel González.

As part of his first official visit to Panama, Rodriguez Parrilla held a meeting on Thursday with members of the Association of Cuban Residents in Panama and with the Cuban state mission in that country.

Edited by Jorge Ruiz Miyares



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