Peru's Foreign Minister and Cuban Ambassador discuss the pandemic
Lima, Jan 25 (Prensa Latina) Peru's Foreign Minister Elizabeth Astete and the Cuban Ambassador, Sergio Gonzalez, discussed on Monday about the possible cooperation based on the availability of the vaccine against Covid-19, Sovereign 02 of Cuba.
The meeting also talked about the need to articulate actions and the possibilities of cooperation based on the availability of the vaccine (which Cuba plans to produce 100 million doses) scheduled for the second half of 2021.
They also discussed on the drugs developed in Cuba and successfully used in the treatment of the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, such as heberferon, nasalferon, itolizumab and jusvinza.
They also presented their views on the health and economic situation of both countries, as well as the regional and international situation under the pandemic, and on the outlook and prospects for the development of Peruvian-Cuban relations.
Foreign Minister Astete thanked Ambassador Gonzalez, who will soon conclude his five-year mission in Peru, for his contribution to their relations.
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