According to the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs, during his stay here until Saturday, Briceño, who is also the Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Investments, will have information on biotechnology facilities and their scientific results.
Havana and Belmopan established diplomatic relations on July 15, 1995, and maintain cooperation in the areas of health and human resources training.
Since 1990, more than 1,000 Cuban collaborators have provided services in that nation and 122 health and sports professionals are currently working there.
The two countries also carried out projects in the areas of culture, environmental preservation, sugar industry, fishing, construction and tourism.
According to the Foreign Ministry, 54 scholarship holders from Belize are currently studying in Cuba.
Belize has repeatedly ratified its position of rejection to the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States against Cuba and requested its lifting.