Havana. — The first meeting of the Cuba-US Bilateral Commission will take place in Havana on Friday, September 11. The establishment of this commission had been announced by the Cuban Minister for Foreign Relations Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla and the U.S Secretary of State John Kerry during the visit of John Kerry to Havana last August 14.
In this meeting, the delegations from both countries that will be presided over by the Director General for the US Division at the Ministry of Foreign Relations in Cuba Josefina Vidal Ferreiro and the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs Edward Alex Lee, will define the agenda of topics to be discussed during the stage that began after the reestablishment of the diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States.
The Bilateral Commission will discuss topics related to the new cooperation areas for the benefit of both countries; the bilateral talks on bilateral and multilaterals matters, which include those matters where there are different point of views and the those matters between Cuba and the United States that are pending for solutions.
Translated by ESTI