Yaroshevich explained to Valdes the functioning of the site, where 68 juridical institutions from 13 countries operate, and it is one of Europe’s largest industrial parks with access to airport, the national road network and the interstate railroad system.
National companies, joint ventures and foreign firms have invested more than 650 million dollars in the project’s infrastructure, Yaroshevich told the Cuban diplomat.
He also explained the prospects for development in the technological park, where transportation and storage facilities are combined, as well as factories and modern fully-computerized processes of negotiation, trade and investments.
During the meeting, Valdes recalled Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel’s visit to the park on October 22, 2019, as part of his official visit to Belarus.
At the time, Diaz-Canel noted the possibility of strengthening relations of cooperation between the China-Belarus Great Stone Industrial Park and the Mariel Special Development Zone (ZEDM) in Cuba, and a memorandum of understanding was signed to boost mutual investments.