|Indian FM’s Message of Goodwill for Cuba
2012.06.16 - 16:31:53 / firstname.lastname@example.org
I bring with me my country’s goodwill for the Cuban people and government, said on Saturday, S.M. Krishna, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of India, who is on an official visit to the island. At the end of a meeting in this capital with Cuban Parliament President Ricardo Alarcon, the FM told the press about his intention of strengthening bilateral relations.
Krishna pointed out that he was really impressed by the things he has seen happening in the Caribbean nation, in times in which the world economic situation is increasingly harder and its impact is felt in all countries.
He reasserted that the purpose of this trip is to boost, even more, the economic bonds existing between the two parties, and announced the upcoming visit to the island of the Indian Minister of State for Trade as a proof of this statement.
Krishna assessed bilateral political relations as excellent, a will confirmed in the official talks he held on Friday with Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, he recalled.
For his part, Alarcon ratified that these two nations have points in common in many of today’s issues, which are of global nature.
S.M. Krishna will end his visit to Havana on Sunday, where he arrived at the official invitation of his Cuban counterpart.
The two republics established diplomatic relations in January, 1960, which have been characterized by their historic and friendly nature.