Argentina and Cuba promote bilateral cooperation in the agricultural sector

The objective of both countries, according to the official statement, is "to promote greater food production in Cuba, which contributes to strengthen food sovereignty and the substitution of imports from the island, while opening opportunities for Argentine companies in the Cuban market."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina, and Cuba deepened their bilateral cooperation ties in agricultural matters on the occasion of the visit that the Argentine Secretary of International Economic Relations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jorge Neme, made to the island country between August 26 and 31.

According to a communiqué issued this Thursday (2) by the Argentine Foreign Ministry, Neme "maintained an intense work agenda" with high Cuban authorities.

The objective of both countries is "to promote greater food production in Cuba, which contributes to strengthening food sovereignty and the substitution of imports from the island while opening opportunities . . .

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