HAVANA TIMES, Dec. 11 – Mexican Foreign Minister Patricia Espinosa met in Havana on Friday with her Cuban counterpart Bruno Rodriguez.
According to Prensa Latina news agency, Espinosa praised Cuba’s leadership in the development of regional integration efforts.
Her visit comes at the doorstep of a summit of the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas set to take place starting Sunday.
During her visit, Espinosa hopes to monitor the different accords existing between the governments of Mexico and Cuba.
Mexico is the only country in Latin America that maintained diplomatic relations with Cuba during the early years of the Cuban Revolution when Washington succeeded in getting the rest of the continent’s governments to break off ties with Havana.