RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Foreign Ministers of Cuba, Bruno Rodríguez, and China, Wang Yi, simultaneously announced on Tuesday, June 9th, that the Asian country will increase its economic aid to the Caribbean country, reported Prensa Latina.
In his speech, Wang stressed Beijing's opposition "to the United States' efforts to use counter-terrorism to impose sanctions and continue political oppression against Cuba".
Once it is implemented, this will be Cuba's largest foreign economic aid program since the end of the Soviet Union, reported Prensa Latina. Although no figures have been disclosed, cooperation has been announced for industrial . . .