Universities from Cuba and Mexico Evaluate Bilateral Agreement

Guantánamo, Cuba Jun 9 (Prensa Latina) The Mexican University of Sonora and the University of Guantanamo (UG) held a round of talks here to evaluate the progress of bilateral agreements and future projections.

During the meeting, new lines of work were proposed in the area of social and humanistic sciences, in which the educational center in Cuba’s easternmost province has great potential.

Dr. Susana Pastrana, a representative of the University of Sonora, acknowledged that this business round is a good opportunity for both centers to consolidate the existing agreements and other possibilities that have been unexplored so far.

For his part, UG Rector Alberto Turro Breff told Prensa Latina that this meeting strengthens cooperation between Cuba and Mexico and encourages other countries in the region to establish academic exchanges with this educational institution, one of the youngest in the country.

Some of these agreements are aimed at promoting human resources training, acquire new technologies to equip the laboratories and develop community projects for local development, he said.

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