In statements to Prensa Latina, Cuban Minister of Industries Eloy Alvarez pointed out that at ecent meetings with Chinese counterparts he could perceive confidence and security regarding the future of relations.
There is a willingness to find working solutions to make progress in those ties, he added.
In this regard, the minister recalled that since 2017, the two countries have been working together in the design of the Cuban industry’s projection, which concluded with the proposal of the development plan for the sector until 2030, tempered to Cuba’s conditions.
“Last year, a memorandum of understanding was signed to give continuity to the collaboration policies between research centers and institutions, as well as the identification of counterparts for industrial development,” he pointed out.
According to Alvarez, the government is willing to find ways to advance this sector.
This government strategy is accompanied by business contracts that Cuba has established with China.
“There is a group of projects approved and financed with Chinese credits, including the press,” he said.
On the latter, the minister explained that Chinese collaboration allowed the printing of Cuban newspapers in various colors as part of an investment that continues to develop.
Alvarez stressed that despite the financial difficulties caused by the unilateral measures imposed by the United States, Cuba is proactively seeking alternatives that will allow for the materialization of agreements for the benefit of the sector.