During a seminar with representatives of Cuban business groups, led by Deputy Prime Minister Ricardo Cabrisas, the EEC high official said that the members of the Eurasian Economic Union, to which the commission is attached, highly value Cuba’s presence as an observer.
“We are very pleased with it, and with its help we can expand our relations in the Caribbean region and Latin America,” he added.
Glazev described as very positive the second joint session between the EEC and Cuba, held on Monday, and said that the action plan drawn up until 2025 will contribute to the aspiration of recovering the volumes of trade that existed between the two parties.
At Tuesday’s meeting, held at the Hotel Nacional, executives from the bloc offered details about the industrial, agro-industrial, circulation of goods and labor policy within the EEU.
The EEU was founded in 2014 and is formed by Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan, as well as Uzbekistan and Cuba as observers.