Cuba and Belarus to Strengthen Bilateral Cooperation

Havana, Cuba, Feb 17.- An increase in the promotion of markets was among the issues analyzed by Vasily V. Romanov, president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Belarus, and Alfredo Nieves, Cuban ambassador to that nation.

The top officials, who met in Minsk, acknowledged the increase of bilateral cooperation over the last few years, while Romanov called to make a joint effort for the development of new projects and stronger economic and commercial relations.

The need of increasing the organization of business missions contributing to the development bilateral commercial bonds was assessed during the meeting, the Prensa Latina news agency reports.

Nieves highlighted that the island is willing to increase exports to Belarus, not only in terms of areas of traditional sectors but also in others now developing, like biotechnology, the medical and pharmaceutical industries, and information technologies.

According to the source, the two parties coincided in that current relations between their countries are excellent, with respect to both diplomatic and governmental bonds. (ACN)


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