Concludes16th Session of the Cuban-Algerian Intergovernmental Commission
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- Business and Economy
- Politics and Government
- 06 / 03 / 2009
He added that this session of the joint commission will help the Cuba- Algeria bilateral relation enter a new stage of higher quality as new sectors such as trade, industries, energy, finances, transportation, fishing, technical cooperation and the transference of technology, have been included in the agenda.
For his part, Malmierca recalled the signing of agreements regarding the management and operation of hospitals, particularly the ophthalmological center of Djelfa, which has treated more than 60,000 patients, including nearly 4,000 surgeries.
He added that new possibilities of cooperation are in the horizon in the fields of biological products, communication, fishing and fishing resources.