The Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs of the United States, Victoria Nuland, described as productive a meeting she held with Honduran officials where they addressed many issues of common interest.
Foreign Minister Enrique Reina and the private secretary of President Xiomara Castro de Zelaya, Héctor Zelaya, traveled to the United States to develop an agenda with various officials of North American countries, including Nuland
“Productive meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Honduras, Enrique Reina, and the Private Secretary of the Presidency, Héctor Zelaya,” wrote the first official of the administration of Joe Biden.
Next, he explained that the meeting “is about strengthening economic and security cooperation, as well as the importance of protecting democratic norms and institutions.” The message was echoed by the US ambassador to Honduras, Laura Dogu.
Honduran representatives stated that they held meetings with congressmen Norma Torres, Joaquin Castro, Jan Schakowsky, and Adriano Espaillat, where they exchanged points of view on bilateral relations with the United States.
In the same way, the agendas of mutual cooperation and especially the remnants to overcome the “narco” “inherited” State, as well as the progress in the fight against corruption and impunity.
Reina said they also held a meeting with Undersecretary of Defense Daniel Erikson, where they talked “extensively” about bilateral cooperation in defense, security, and the fight against organized crime and corruption.