MIAMI, United States. – The Cuban regime and the government of Honduras recently concluded their third round of migration talks in Havana, according to the Office of Foreign Relations of the Central American country.
The note indicates that both delegations reviewed “the flow of migration movement” between the two countries, with the aim of guaranteeing “a regular, orderly and secure flow of travelers.”
The Honduran delegation was led by Antonio García, vice chancellor of Consular and Migration Affairs of that country; Allan Alvarenga, director of the National Institute on Migration (INM, by its Spanish acronym), and Gabriela Membreño, General Secretary of the Foreign Affairs Office.
Cuba was represented by Ernesto Soberón, General Director of Consular Affairs and Attention to Cubans Abroad.
According to the Honduran chancellery, the delegations emphasized the need to “reinforce operative and integral mechanisms for bil