The text salutes the 32nd anniversary of the establishment of bilateral diplomatic ties and adds that cooperation between the Caribbean island and the European bloc reaches a new dimension.
The tweet from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs emphasizes that this cooperation prioritizes food security, adaptation to climate change.
renewable energies, the modernization of the economy, culture and the preservation of heritage.
Cuba and the European Union are united by historical cultural ties. The largest of the Antilles maintains full diplomatic relations with the 27 EU member states.
Cuba’s relations with the EU are regulated by the Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement, which establishes the guidelines for the development of stable, mutually beneficial and long-term ties.
Translated by Gilda Gil