‘We visited Cuba recently, and our meetings were effective, we are confident that we will soon have results.
We have the initiative to elevate these talks to the parliamentary level for greater control of the realization of agreements,’ Radevich told Prensa Latina.
From November 18 to 24, the executive headed a Belarusian delegation that traveled to Havana with the objective of developing the potentialities of both countries.
As part of the visit, five agreements were signed, among which stands out a Road Map penned by the representatives of BelFarProm Holding and BioCubaFarma, with the aim of facilitating the registration of medicines for the benefit of both parties.
We think it would be a great opportunity to start these talks during the upcoming visit to Belarus of the president of the National People’s Power Assembly of Cuba Esteban Lazo,’ he added.
The Cuban parliamentary leader’s visit to Minsk is scheduled to take place from next Friday to Sunday with the purpose of strengthening bilateral relations.