Cuban President, Raul Castro Ruz, is paying an official visit to Mexico on Thursday and is expected to arrive at Merida International airport, in the state of Yucatan, where he will be officially welcomed before holding talks with his peer, Enrique Peña Nieto on Friday.
The two presidents and their high-level delegations will meet at the State Government Palace in Yucatan to consider bilateral, regional and international issues.
They will also evaluate and adopt initiatives to keep advancing bilateral relations, particularly in the areas of migration, tourism, trade, education and other important bilateral subjects.
Mexican foreign minister Claudia Ruiz said that the two countries will benefit from the meeting between Raul Castro and Peña Nieto, while Yucatan governor Rolando Zapata said that Mexico-Cuba relations are historic.
Zapata headed a business mission from the Yucatan state to Havana´s International Trade fair, Prensa Latina reported. / ACN.