Havana, Cuba_ The Greater of the Antilles and the European Union (UN) are confident on the advance in an objective way in their negotiations to conclude an agreement of politic dialogue and bilateral cooperation, the digital site of Radio Reloj publishes.

In the start of the two-day of the 7th Round of Negotiations of such an agreement at the Cuban Foreign Ministry headquarters, the Deputy Secretary General for Economic and Global Issues at the European External Action Service, Christian Leffler, said that "we are in a good condition to advance very substantially in the negotiation of the future framework agrement between the EU and Cuba."

The leader of the EU delegation to this round said that after the meeting in Brussels, both parts have exchanged views, proposals and texts to prepare this round.

Leffler added that they are confident of the willingness to advance toward the conclusion of an agreement that will serve as a framework and platform to strengthen bilateral relations.

On his account, Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister, Abelardo Moreno, said "we are very hopeful about this round and we think we can make substantial progress."

The vice chancellor underlined the visit of the high representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, scheduled for March 10-11, another transcendental visit in the current situation.

"We are very glad to advance towards an agreement, and obviously it will be an adequate complement to strengthen bilateral relations," he added.

The 7th Round of Negotiations will extend until next Friday and the parties will offer separate press conferences at the end of these talks.

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