Cuba, Mexico strengthen economic ties

Montevideo, Dec 25 (Prensa Latina) Cuba and Mexico strengthened their ties on Friday by signing here the 5th additional protocol to the Economic Complementation Agreement that simplifies the process of validating Certificates of Origin.

Their respective ambassadors, Hector Fraginals and Victor Manuel Barcelo, highlighted the historic links between the two nations that date back to 1903, during a virtual ceremony hosted by the Latin American Integration Association (ALADI), whose headquarters are in Montevideo.

The Cuban diplomat noted that Mexico remains among the first 10 commercial partners of Cuba worldwide and is consolidated as the third in the region.

The ambassador valued that ‘this new instrument will absolutely contribute to reinforce even more Cuba’s and Mexico’s economic and commercial bonds; issue that becomes essential in the current global context.’


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