HAVANA, Cuba. – The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, and his counterpart from New Zealand, Gerry Brownlee, were interested in advancing bilateral relations in the political and economic fields.
Upon receiving Brownlee this Tuesday at the Chancellery, Rodriguez Parrilla remarked the importance granted by Havana to the links with the southern country, based on respect and trust, as well as the coincidence in international issues.
The Cuban Chancellor mentioned the positive links in the agricultural, livestock, educational, cultural, biopharmaceutical and academic-scientific fields, with projects for mutual benefit and for other Pacific States.
The New Zealand diplomat asserted his country recognizes Cuba’s leadership at the regional and global level, and expressed his interest in strengthening cooperation in the agricultural field, and the contact between both peoples.