Havana, March 30.- Cuban President Raul Castro met on Sunday in Havana with the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Patrick Manning.
Both leaders exchanged ideas of common interest and ratified their decision to continue increasing bilateral ties.
While examining other regional and world issues, both leaders agreed on the importance of efforts aimed at the integration process among the nations of Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago invited the Cuban President to visit his country whenever he considers it appropriate, which was accepted and appreciated by Raul Castro.
Among other participants in the meeting were Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez and for Trinidad and Tobago were Hazel Manning, Minister for Local Governments and Lester Efebo Wilkinson, ambassador to Cuba.(Taken from Radio Habana Cuba)