Brussels, Jun 22 (Prensa Latina) Cuba and the European Union (EU) on Wednesday reaffirmed their deep interest in promoting the Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement (PDCA) signed in 2016, a stance ratified by the Director-General for the Americas of the European Foreign Action Service, Brian Glynn, and the Cuban Secretary of the Council of State, Homero Acosta.
Glynn and Acosta -who heads the Cuban delegation that is currently on a working visit to Belgium and the EU, addressed issues closely related to the strengthening of PDCA, under which Brussels and Havana have debated several issues in recent years.
The Cuban delegation also exchanged viewpoints with MEPs Tilly Metz, who heads the EU Delegation for Relations with Central America, as well as with Ignazio Corrao, from the Green Group.
In the meetings, both sides reiterated there are sectors in which Cuba and EU can work together, including environment and the construction of a better world.
The PDCA paves the way to progress on other issues the EU far-right sectors are determined to boycott.