The official, who will also visit today a research center, praised yesterday in conversation with reporters the veterinary development in this country and the importance of sharing knowledge and experience in this field.
Gurria Trevino said he was pleased by the results of this mission to Cuba, which opens a new stage in ties between the two countries in this sector.
A route was drawn up to exchange technologies to reproduce vaccines and viruses, and in genomic and genetic-molecular issues. A very wide and rich agenda for cooperation, he said.
This is a modest but significant agreement of high register cattle, exceptional animals, he said.
The livestock general coordinator, who will conclude his visit to Cuba on Saturday, Feb. 20, has met with officials from the Ministry of Agriculture, and other agencies.