Cuba and Cayman Islands to discuss migration in Havana

Havana, Nov 21 (Prensa Latina) The VI Round of Migratory Talks between Cuba and the Cayman Islands will take place this Thursday to evaluate the behavior of the migratory flow between both sides, informed the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The work sessions will also evaluate compliance with the Convention on Bilateral Migration, the Ministry reported on its website.

New cooperation actions that contribute to achieving regular, orderly and safe migration will be analyzed, as well as moves to strengthen the fight against human trafficking and illegal smuggling of migrants, the press release added.

The Cuban delegation will be headed by Ernesto Soberon, General Director of Consular Affairs and Cuban Residents Abroad at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Its counterpart will be led by the Chief of the Governor of the Cayman Islands Office, Matthew Forbes; and Michael Ebanks, in charge of the Ministry of Employment and Border Control.

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