Friday, September 17, 2010

Cuba and Syria have signed agreements to collaborate on biotechnology

  • EFE
  • Havana | 3 minutes ago | 
Cuba and Syria in Havana today signed several agreements in the area of biotechnology, state media said.
Health Minister of Syria, Rida Adnan Said, the Cuban minister of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA), Jose Miyar Barrueco, and directors of the scientific center of Havana signed agreements to produce, register and market drugs.
The Center for State Drug Control de Cuba signed a document in order to facilitate bilateral trade and marketing, said the state-run National Information Agency (AIN).
They also agreed to use the experience of Cuba to conduct a comprehensive study on the detection of diseases on the disabled, to achieve a strengthening of trade and economic relations and open new perspectives for the development of the field.
Cuban Minister of Science, Technology and Environment considered the visit of Adnan Said "powerful and Prospects" and "a step in the integration of transcendence."
S: / translate LPPNEWS Front Line

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