HAVANA TIMES, Jan. 21 — Argentine President Cristina Fernandez participated in Havana on Tuesday in a business seminar with executives from Cuba and her country. She noted that despite the half century US blockade on the island, there is a praiseworthy development “in technologies and health.” Fernandez rounds up her visit to Cuba on Wednesday —that included the signing of 11 new agreements— with a visit to the Latin American Medical School where numerous Argentinean students are enrolled. Later in the day she heads for Caracas, Venezuela.
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