The Cuban representative told Prensa Latina that by virtue of the collaboration agreements between Minsk and Havana, a memorandum of understanding was signed on Thursday between several Belarusian institutions and the Biotechnological and Pharmaceutical Industries of Cuba (BioCubaFarma), for the scientific-technological development of both countries.
Caballero explained that the purpose of the agreement is to promote mutual exchange in the field of promotion, investment, production, services, research, in areas and products of interest for the Belarusian and Cuban pharmaceutical and biotechnological industries.
In this regard, she emphasized that they are also looking for the agreement to contribute to the introduction of new products and technological platforms in the field of biotechnology.
The director of the BioCubaFarma Office in Russia also pointed out that the Belarusian state institutions involved in the memorandum of understanding are the Administration of the Great Stone Sino-Belarusian Industrial Park and the Belarusian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education.
Caballero noted that after the signing of the document, the Cuban delegation, made up Cecmed General Director Olga Jacobo, the director and deputy director of the Finlay Vaccines Institute, Vicente Verez, among other officials and scientists, visited the Gran Piedra Park.
The institution is conceived as a true ecological city for innovative companies with a high export potential, a special legal regime and preferential conditions for doing business.