Cuba, European Union Review Bilateral Cooperation

Havana, Nov 19 (Prensa Latina) Cuba and the European Union (EU) on Monday reviewed the current state and prospects of bilateral cooperation, including the analysis of initiatives in the fields of culture and climate change.

As confirmed by the Center for the Promotion of Foreign Trade and Investment (ProCuba), the exchange was taken over by the first Subcommittee on Cooperation between the parties, which also served as a scenario to sign new joint projects.

The subcommittee’s meeting is part of the implementation of the Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement, signed on November 12, 2016, which provisionally came into force on November 1 last year.

ProCuba highlighted that the meeting was headed by the deputy minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, Ileana Núñez, and the director general of International Cooperation and Development of the European Commission, Stefano Manservisi.

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