The Prime Minister of Belize, John Antonio Briceño, will arrive in Cuba this Wednesday on an official visit with the aim of strengthening bilateral ties and cooperation in areas of common interest.
CMIO.org in sequence:
Cuba denounces its exclusion by the US from the IX Summit of the Americas
The stay of the Belizean premier, who will arrive in Havana with a multidisciplinary delegation, will last until next Saturday.
Briceño, who also serves as Belize’s Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Investment, will visit the island’s biotech facilities.
The Prime Minister of Belize will arrive in Cuba today
The Honorable John Antonio Briceño, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Investment of Belize, will arrive today in Cuba on an official visit, leading a delegation from that sister nation pic.twitter.com/1oxMNoZ5ZN
– Elio Almaguer (@ElioAlmaguer2)
April 27, 2022
The chief executive, who served as deputy prime minister in the period between 1998 and 2007, was the opposition leader of his country from 2008 to 2011.
Bilateral relations between Cuba and Belize date back to 1995. Since then they have maintained cooperation focused on health and education.
In turn, both countries have cooperated in other spheres, among which culture, fishing production, as well as the tourism industry stand out.
Belmopan has ratified before different instances its opposition to the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States government for more than 60 years.
Disclaimer: Via Telesur – Translated by RJ983
See this content by source