France to offer Cuba more debt relief during Castro visit - source


  • World
  • Saturday, 30 Jan 2016

PARIS (Reuters) - France is to sign a deal with Cuba next week to ease the Caribbean island nation's bilateral debt to Paris during a visit by the Cuban president to the French capital, a diplomatic source said on Friday.

Raul Castro is due to arrive on Saturday in Paris for a five day stay, in what will be the first official visit to France by a Cuban president since the country's independence.

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