Cuba and Canada Discussed Immigration Issues

Havana, Mar 24 (Prensa Latina) Cuba and Canada celebrated their III Migratory Round this week, a meeting in which they reiterated their commitment to the orderly flow of people and the fight against human trafficking, the Chancellery of the island highlights today.

According to the source, the meeting took place on March 22 and 23, and it culminated with the signing of a document that reflects the agreements adopted in the working sessions.

The Canadian part was presided over by the Vice President of the Border Services Agency, Jacques Cloutier, while the host delegation was headed by the Director of Consular Affairs and of Cuban Residents Abroad (DACCRE), Ernesto Soberón.

According to the Foreign Ministry of the Caribbean country, the round of talks served to analyze migratory problems of mutual interest and continue to develop mechanisms that contribute to the achievement of a regular, safe and orderly migration.

Also this week, the ambassador of Cuba in Canada, Josefina Vidal, presented her credentials in Ottawa.

Before coming to the capital of the northern nation, Vidal played important roles in Cuban diplomacy, including as Director General of the United States of the Foreign Ministry, a position from which he participated in the process of rapprochement Havana-Washington.

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