Bilateral Links and Haiti to Center Cuba-Mexico Meeting
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- 02 / 18 / 2010
Discussions will be held in the framework of the 11th Cuba-Mexico Inter-parliamentary Meeting to conclude on Saturday.
Parliamentarians will evaluate Cuba-Mexico relations in health, education, migration, trade, culture, science and technology, environment, tourism, among others.
The situation in Haiti, nation devastated by an earthquake in January, and the necessary aid for rebuilding that country are also part of the inter-parliamentary event full agenda.
The conference delegates will also assess the state of the Economic Complementation Agreement, mutual trade and business promotion, and the fight against drug trafficking and organized crime in Latin America.
The impact of hurricanes and other natural disasters in the society and the economy, as well as preventive measures to adopt, will be another topic for the discussion at the conference.
The military bases in Latin America and the coup d' Etat in Honduras that took the constitutional government out of power are also included in the meeting agenda.
Source: Sierra Maestra