El Salvador Opens Embassy in Cuba

Now the countries have fully reestablished diplomatic relations between them.

Monday, March 15, 2010

These were ended on 1961, and resumed on June 2009.

“Both chancellors expect to sign a framework agreement to foster trade”, reported Laprensagrafica.com.

Hugo Martínez, Salvadoran state minister, commented that “Cuba will be important in a program for those injured in the Salvadoran Wars, which ended in 1992 with peace agreements sponsored by the United Nations”.

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