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Cuban VP holds an intense working agenda in Japan

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Cuban VP holds an intense working agenda in JapanHAVANA, Oct 23 (ACN) The Vice President of the Chamber of Representatives of Japan, Hirotaka Akamatsu, received in his official Residence the Vice President of the Council of Ministers of Cuba Roberto Morales Ojeda, who is making an official visit to that country.

Both officials highlighted the importance of strengthening bilateral parliamentary ties for the consolidation of political dialogue and cooperation.
Morales Ojeda also met with the president of the LDP's Political Research Council, Fumio Kishida, who recalled his historic visit to Havana in 2015, the first of a Japanese foreign minister, which marked the beginning of a higher stage in bilateral relations.
Olympus, a world leader in microscopy and endoscopy equipment technology, also expressed to the Cuban VP during a visit to the company's headquarters its willingness to contribute to the economic development and health sector of the Caribbean island.
The senior Cuban official also participated in the First Cuba-Japan Business Forum on Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals, which was attended by a broad representation of Japanese companies and Cuban experts.
In his opening speech, he emphasized that Cuba, despite the great economic limitations and the US government blockade, decided to boost biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry as a crucial sector for the people' health and the nation's development.
Cuban VP has developed an intense working agenda in Japan where he arrived to attend the enthronement of the new Japanese emperor last Tuesday.

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