Rabat, May 11.- Representatives of the governments of Morocco and Cuba addressed issues of common interest to both countries, including cooperation in the health sector, diplomatic sources reported.
During an exchange between the Cuban ambassador in this country, Javier Domokos Ruiz, and the Kingdom’s Health Minister, Khalid Ait Khalet, the two parties discussed in particular the actions in each nation to face the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, causing COVID-19.
They also talked about technological sovereignty, the report said, which noted that the Cuban diplomat took the opportunity to reiterate the will of the Caribbean state government to share its experiences in the fields of health and biotechnology for the benefit of the Moroccan people.
When reflecting incidents of the meeting, the press of this North African state agreed that in these fields Cuba enjoys wide international recognition.
They also stressed that as a sign of its solidarity with the world, the Caribbean country develops cooperation programs in the health and education sectors in many African countries.