Cuba and EU Define Priorities for Collaboration

HAVANA TIMES, Nov. 26.- A delegation from the European Commission (EC) concluded Wednesday an 11-day visit to Cuba to identify, along with Cuban authorities, priorities and methods of cooperation for an initial agreement of over US $30 million, reported IPS. In a joint declaration Stefano Manservisi, director general for Development of the European Commission and Ricardo Guerrero, deputy minister of Foreign Investment and Economic Collaboration, said the cooperation will take place primarily in the areas hit by the recent hurricanes.


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