Cuban-Dominican Ties Close, says Carlos Morales Dominican Foreign Minister
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- 11 / 03 / 2008
In statements for Prensa Latina, the diplomat affirmed “Cuba has become an important partner for the Dominican Republic,” and stressed “there are key economic and cultural issues in which both sides work closely together.”
These historic relations, he noted, have been dynamic during the government of President Fernandez, and the two countries currently maintain common stances at several international forums.
“We work very close with the Cuban mission in Geneva,” the minister added, and highlighted that bilateral relations have increased, and trade currently exceeds 100 million dollars.