Prime Minister of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis, Honorable Timothy Harris, and the Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Rogelio Sierra Diaz, reviewed the main issues of common interest at the bilateral level and confirmed their willingness to continue strengthening the fraternal and cooperative ties between the two nations.
During the meeting held in a cordial atmosphere in the capital, Basseterre, they also analyzed the different regional and international agenda issues, the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs published.
Harris congratulated Rogelio Sierra on Cuba's recent victory against the US blockade at the United Nations General Assembly, as well as on Havana's 500th anniversary. He also expressed his gratitude for the solidarity of the Cuban collaborators who work in his country, especially in the health and sports sectors.
For his part, Rogelio Sierra ratified Cuba's support for Caribbean countries in their rejection of arbitrary categorization as middle-income countries, and in their just claim for compensation for the outrages and damages caused by centuries of slavery, colonialism and looting.
The meeting was a clear demonstration of the positive state of bilateral relations that will reach their 25th anniversary next year.