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Angola, Cuba sign memorandum on fisheries sector cooperation

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Angolan minister of Fisheries Victória de Barros Neto and Cuban minister of Food Industry Maria Del Carmen González signed two documents that reflect the sector's cooperation.

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The two officials signed the Minutes and Action Plan for implementation of Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation in the sector of fisheries and aquaculture.

The Action Plan covers specific areas such as the technical and scientific research, development of farming technologies, silage production for food, construction of shipyards, ships and fishing inputs.

Victoria de Barros Neto stressed that the signing of the action plan will contribute to the achievement of what the countries discussed in October 2015 in Cuba.

In her turn, the Minister of Food Industry of Cuba said that her delegation had the opportunity to exchange views with the local official in the fisheries sector, stressing that it was possible to identify the Angolan government intention to diversify its economy.

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