Havana, June 6 (RHC) – Puerto Rico´s governor Alejandro García Padilla has voiced his plans to open an office in Cuba to promote bilateral trade and cultural exchanges.
In statements to reporters over the weekend in Havana, Padilla recalled that Puerto Rico has similar permanent offices in the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Panama, Spain, New York City and Florida. He added that the office in Havana would allow Puerto Rican entrepreneurs to take advantage of trade and investment opportunities in Cuba.
He said: “A commercial office in Cuba would constitute a two-way export avenue between our two Caribbean states.”
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