Cuban President Raul Castro on Tuesday officially received Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, who is paying an official visit to Cuba.
During the meeting, the two heads of state addressed the positive development of bilateral relations between their countries and the potential to further advance links in areas of mutual interest, Granma newspaper reported.
Raul and Tomislav also exchanged views on international issues.
The Serbian president was accompanied by health minister Zlatibor Loncar; Serbian ambassador in Havana, Marina Perovic, and by the advisor to the president, Ivan Mrkic.
On the Cuban side they were attended by Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez; José A. Portal, Acting Minister of Public Health; and Mayra Ruiz, Ambassador of the island in Serbia.