An extensive plan of activities that opened on Tuesday with a tour of the Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, founded in 1986, occupies the agenda of Varela and covers his stay here until Wednesday, October 31.
As part of his agenda, the Panamanian president will also visit the Solidaridad con Panama school, a national reference center designed for children with special physical and educational needs.
Varela arrived in Cuba on Monday for a three-day official visit.
Cuba and Panama expand their links in areas such as trade, migration, tourism, culture, sports, and the environment. (Prensa Latina)