Cuban and Belgian Parliaments Reactivate Bilateral Historic Bonds

Cuban and Belgian Parliaments Reactivate Bilateral Historic Bonds

HAVANA, Cuba, Oct 18 Cuban and Belgian parliamentary leaders considered bilateral relations between their legislative bodies as favorable and committed themselves to reactivate historic bonds, during talks in Paris, France. The information was known following a visit by a Cuban delegation, headed by Parliament vice-president Ana Maria Machado to Belgium’s Federal Parliament. The Cuban legislators were welcomed by Chamber of Representatives speaker Siegfried Bracke and by the president of the Foreign Affairs Committee Dirk Van der Maelen. The visitors also met with the vice-president of the Inter-parliamentary Group in Friendship with Cuba, Philippe Goffin. During the meetings, the Cuban parliamentarians briefed their Belgian colleagues about relations between Havana and Washington as they pointed out that the normalization of such relations requests the lifting of the US economic, commercial and financial blockade of the island, according to a diplomatic release. They also referred to the need that the United States returns the occupied territory in the Cuban province of Guantanamo and ends all subversive actions against Havana. Parliament…

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