Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Cuba and Mexico Harmony Pact Predicted

Havana, Sep 24 (Prensa Latina) The leader of Mexico's Labor Party Alberto Anaya predicts an understanding between his country and Cuba to totally settle differences in bilateral relations.

Anaya, who is visiting Cuba at the invitation of the Cuban Communist Party Central Committee, told Prensa Latina on Monday that neither the people nor the Mexican leftwing organizations have drifted apart from Cubans.

The island is always a motivation and attraction for revolutionaries, as a model in their struggles, so we expect everything that happened with previous Mexican presidents will be overcome.

The Labor Party leader affirmed there is much to do in today's Latin America and there cannot be estrangement between nations.

He explained that his visit to the island is to learn about this new stage of theCuban Revolution, and sent his warmest greetings to Cuban President Fidel Castro.

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