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Cuban-Russian scientific collaboration is described as positive

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Cuban-Russian scientific collaboration is described as positiveHAVANA, Cuba, Sep 26 (ACN) Gregory V. Trubnikov, First Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, described in this capital as very useful the results of the III Session of the Russian-Cuban Working Group for collaboration in the field of science, technologies and environment.

The deliberations have been extremely positive for both countries by virtue of the conciliation of interests especially in the prioritized areas, Trubnikov commented in exclusive statements to the Cuban News Agency.
He added that with Cuban scientists they took into account the first stage of five hierarchical projects, of more than 50 that they examined in the II meeting of this type, held in Moscow in 2017.
He mentioned geophysics and astronomy, technologies, cosmic space close to the Earth and the Sun, paleontology and the influence of hydrometeorological phenomena on materials.
Historically, we have supported and will continue to support the technologies of nuclear physics and nanotechnology, said the 42-year-old academic who directed the Central Institute of Nuclear Research, located in the city of Dubná, on the banks of the Volga River.
Trubnikov and his colleague Fernando Gonzalez Bermudez, First Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Environment, signed a protocol on the issues raised in the last act of a meeting held between professionals from the two nations at the Atlántico Hotel, where they exchanged views on bilateral cooperation.
This specialized group is one of the members of the Intergovernmental Commission for Economic-Commercial and Scientific-Technical Cooperation between the Republic of Cuba and the Russian Federation.
Its XIV Session was headed in September 2017 by the Vice-Presidents of both governments, Ricardo Cabrisas Ruiz and Dimitri Rogozin, respectively, and in the business forum they examined the perspectives to advance in the future creation of Cuban-Russian joint ventures on the basis of the opportunities offered by Law No. 118 for Foreign Investment and the Special Maritime Development Zone

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