For their part, the Ministries of Science and Technology signed a memorandum for biotechnological cooperation.
About Kovind’s visit, a letter of intent was also established between BioCubaFarma, the Council for the Support of Biotechnology Research and Kalam Institute of Health Technologies in India.
The Indian President and Diaz Canel held official talks before the signing ceremony of the legal instruments.
Earlier, Kovind paid tribute to the Cuban National Hero, Jose Marti, and the Indian independence leader, Mahatma Gandhi.
In the afternoon, the visitor will give a lecture in the Aula Magna of the University of Havana and will tour parts of the capital’s historic center, declared by Unesco World Heritage Site in 1982.(Prensa Latina)