Cuban and Sri Lankan officials examine trade ties

Colombo, May 20 (Prensa Latina) Cuban ambassador Andrés González and the president of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, Duminda Hulangamuwa, talked about commercial ties between Cuba and Sri Lanka and the possibilities of extending them.

The meeting took place at the organization’s headquarters, which included everything from large corporations to small businesses and works in close collaboration with government institutions to contribute to the prosperity of companies.

Regarding the meeting, González gave Hulangamuwa a letter of invitation from the president of the Cuban Chamber of Commerce, Antonio Carricarte, for the 40th Havana International Fair, which will take place from November 4th to 9th, 2024.

Attached to the letter was the call for participation in the important commercial event in Cuba, one of the most prestigious in Latin America and the Caribbean, the Cuban embassy in Colombo highlighted.

Buwanekabahu Perera, head of the executive office and general secretary of the Sri Lankan Chamber, Dilini Yasendra, also from that department and in charge of Management, and Maribel Duarte, first secretary of the Cuban embassy in Sri Lanka, participated in the meeting.

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