Havana, June 29 (RHC-ACN)-- Bolivian Foreign Minister Fernando Huanacuni announced in Havana the setting up of a roadmap for bilateral trade relations with Cuba, with a view to strengthen them.
In statements to reporters in Havana, the Bolivian top diplomat said a working group has been established to study ways to increase exchanges in several economic sectors, including health and medicine production, where, he said, Cuba has a vast, internationally recognized capacity.
The roadmap will include cooperation in other fields, the Bolivian foreign minister said, and pointed to vegetables, coffee and wine production, as well as the assembling of cell phones and computers.
The Bolivian diplomat spoke also of the opening of an air route between the city of Sucre and Havana. He said his visit will help create stronger commercial bonds, not marked by markets and capitalism, but by complementarity, where the capacities and potential of both countries are used for the benefits of both peoples.
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