Havana, Cuba, May 23.- Cuba and the United States will soon continue bilateral talks at a technical level particularly on health and law enforcement, Foreign Ministry official Josefina Vidal announced in Washington at the end of the third round of negotiations to reestablish diplomatic relations.
Vidal, who is the director of the United States Division at the Foreign Ministry and headed the island´s delegation to the talks, said that the issue regarding infectious disease control will be on the agenda of a meeting of health experts who will address measures to counter such conditions increasingly affecting many countries of the world.
At Washington´s Foreign Press Center, Vidal also announced a dialog on law enforcement, which refers to the fight on illegal events. Terrorism, drug trafficking and trafficking in persons are present in the region and raise world concern, so experts consider that cooperation among nations to fight these events is crucial.
Havana and Washington have also addressed other topics, such as civil aviation, human rights, migration fraud, protected marine zones, and nautical charters.(ACN)