Diaz, head of the delegation, told Prensa Latina that based on various sessions of the meeting, the visit to Belgium was beneficial as issues were discussed and the foundations laid for future meetings and cooperation possibilities.
The Deputy Minister appointed that the activities performed during the steady in Belgium gave continuity to a work program on European soil and was also an excellent opportunity to expose the complex situation Cuba is subjected to.
The talks also treated topics such as the new Family Code, the updating of criminal regulations, the computerization of society, the successes in fighting Covid-19, and the processes taking place as a result of the events of last July 11th.
Cuban delegation headed by the Vice Minister of Justice, Yashna Diaz, exchanges with members of solidarity organizations, diplomats and Cubans residing in Belgium.
The head of the Cuban delegation said that those prosecuted involved in last summer’s riots in Cuban cities are people suspected of having committed crimes, not for political reasons, as some media appointed.
During the diplomatic work trip, Diaz spoke with Mathilde Steenbergen, Director of Justice in the Strategic Cell of the Federal Public Service of Justice of Belgium, which conceded the opportunity to eventual cooperation in matters of training and legislation, among others.