The Caribbean nation’s foreign minister, Bruno Rodríguez, wrote on Twitter that Havana welcomes the start of the second cycle of the Roundtable on Peace Dialogues, based at the facilities of the Inter-American Conference on Social Security in Mexico City. .
He added that the island reiterated its willingness to contribute to the success of this dialogue as a guarantor of this process.
The roundtable was established today with the participation of society, local authorities, peacemaking, the final formulation of the agenda to be carried out in these dialogues and the bilateral ceasefire as the focus of the talks.
Cuba, Brazil, Chile, Venezuela and Norway, the Catholic Church of Colombia, the United Nations as well as Germany, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland are participating in the negotiation process.