Moscow - The vice president of the Cuban Council of Ministers, Ricardo Cabrisas, has met on Tuesday with Russian Agriculture Minister Dmitri Patrushev and Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov to review bilateral economic cooperation.
On Monday, during a meeting with Russian Transportation Minister Evgueni Ditrij, Cabrisas noted the crucial nature of that sector, in all its variants, to Cuba's economy.
The Cuban vice president expressed optimism about the prospects to further develop collaboration in a sector that is among his country's priorities.
Cabrisas denounced the tightening of the US economic, commercial and financial blockade of Cuba after the activation of Title III of the extraterritorial Helms-Burton Act and the adoption of additional punitive measures.
After meeting with Patrushev, Cabrisas will talk with Borisov, who is the co-chairman of Cuba-Russia Intergovernmental Commission.
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