Perdomo heads a large delegation from Cuba that will carry out an intense program, including meetings with government authorities and Chinese companies, diplomatic sources confirmed.
The parties are expected to analyze important projects and actions which should contribute to the effective insertion of Cuba in the Chinese initiative of the Strip and the Silk Road, based on the implementation of the cooperation plan signed between Havana and Beijing for joint promotion.
Other purposes are to review the progress of high-impact projects in Cuba’s economic and social development plans with the support of donations granted by the Government of China and the signing of documents for the strengthening of bilateral cooperation as well as the updating of what has been achieved in the health spheres.
The Cuban delegation will also exchange with its respective Chinese counterparts in economic-commercial sectors in order to seek new alternatives so as to solve the main obstacles that bilateral relations currently face.
This visit follows the one carried out last November by the President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, in which 17 agreements were signed, covering cover almost the majority of the key sectors of the bonds.