Haitian president arrives in Cuba for official visit

Michel Martelly went to Cuba on Monday. (Photo: CubaDebate)

Haitian President Michel Martelly Monday traveled to Cuba, where he will hold talks with the authorities on strengthening relations and friendship between the two countries.
The visit to Havana was informed by the head of state in his account of the social network Twitter.
“I left the country this morning to go to Havana with Cuban authorities talk about cooperation,” the president wrote.
Martelly acknowledged at the Sixth Summit of the Association of Caribbean States late last month in Mexico, the historic collaboration provided by Cuba to his country, which continues in the health, education, construction, fishing, sports and other sectors.
The president recalled that the support of the Greater Antilles to his nation did not occur after the earthquake of January 12, 2010, it was common for many years before the Cuban presence in Haiti, reported Prensa Latina.