HAVANA (VNS)— A high-ranking delegation from the Viet Nam Supreme People's Procuracy (VSPP) led by Procurator General Nguyen Hoa Binh visited Cuba last week to strengthen friendship and co-operation between judicial agencies.
During the visit, Binh held talks with head of Cuba's Procuracy Dario Delgado Cura. The two sides highlighted similarities in their operational models and discussed crime fighting and work on bringing peace and social stability to the people.
Dario Delgado Cura said the VSPP's experience was very precious to Cuba in the context that the country was on a new period of development with many challenges ahead, especially in executing procuracy activities against new types of crime.
Binh and his Cuban counterpart discussed the two agencies' future co-operation plans and agreed to continue increasing the exchange of delegations and the sharing of experience.
The two sides signed a bilateral co-operation agreement as a foundation for concrete co-operation programmes and projects to be implemented in the time to come.
During his visit, the VSPP leader talked with key officials of the Cuba Procuracy and the procuracies of La Havana, Mayabeque and Artemisa provinces.
Binh paid a courtesy visit to Jose Ramon Balaquer, Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba's Central Committee, and head of its External Relations Commission.
He also met with Minister of Justice Maria Esther Reus, President of the National Lawyers' Association Ariel Mantecon and Chief Judge of the Supreme People's Court Ruben Remigio Ferro. — VNS