Havana, Sep 16 (Prensa Latina) Cuban and U.S. authorities have talked to coordinate bilateral cooperation in law enforcement, Cuban Foreign Ministry reports on its website.
At the meeting, held in Washington, DC, on September 15, they also addressed issues of bilateral interest on national security matters, including terrorism, drug and human trafficking, and cybercrime.
According to the information posted on Cubaminrex.cu, this meeting was carried out with respect and professionalism.
It was the third Law Enforcement Dialogue conducted, after the one held in Havana, on May 17, 2016, the report said.
Cuban official delegation was made up of officials of the Ministries of Interior and Foreign Affairs, the Attorney General’s office and the General Customs.
In turn, on the U.S. side representatives from the Departments of Internal Security, Justice and State.