Cuba and France signed several agreements for the development of bilateral cooperation projects for a total value of 31.2 million euros, Cuban Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment Rodrigo Malmierca Díaz announced today.

On his Twitter account, the Cuban Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment said that the signing of the bilateral agreements took place during the 6th Cuba-France Economic and Trade Commission, held in Paris.

Malmierca Díaz co-chairs the event together with the French Minister Delegate for Foreign Trade and Economic Attractiveness, Franck Riester.

According to a Prensa Latina news agency, among the topics discussed during the 6th Cuba-France Economic and Trade Commission were tourism, energy, health, transport, agricultural production and sustainable urban development.

Meanwhile, the new instruments of cooperation include the approval of financial resources from the Countervalue Fund in the agricultural and water resource sectors of the island, two agreements from the fund for health and two with the French Development Agency (AFD) in agricultural matters.

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