|Belarusian Geological Research Institute to Participate in 2012 Havana International Fair
2012.08.11 - 13:26:47 / email@example.com / Translated by: JC Caballero
Minks, Belarus.- The Belarusian interest to strengthen the collaboration with Cuba was reiterated by Andrei Kovjuto, general director of the Geological Research institute from that Central European nation, in a meeting that was held with Natacha Díaz Aguilera who is the chief of the island’s commercial sphere in Belarus.
Andrei Kovjuto was interested by the themes that were discussed during his recent visit to Cuba in the month of May. He is a member of the delegation that is headed by foreign affair deputy minister, Serguey Aleynik.
The geological and hydraulic resources were included among the themes discussed for the bilateral collaboration with Cuba and other Latin American nations.
Andrei Kovjuto also offered the possibility to train Cuban technicians in all the specialties of the geological sphere, especially in the geological research through the satellite.
The prestigious Belarusian institute not only has a great interest in the 2012 Havana International fair (FIVAH) but also recognizes this event’s useful opportunity for promoting its services to other participant nations
Andrei M. Kovjuto commented that within the frame of the 2012 FIVAH they could sign a memorandum for the collaboration between the local Natural Resources Ministry, the Belarus´s Environment Ministry and the Cuban Ministry of Industries.
Andrei M. Kovjuto added that the exchange with the Cuban high-level specialists will be favourable for his nation.
On her part, Natacha Díaz Aguilera pointed out that many of the Cuban scientists and specialists were trained in universities that belonged to the former Soviet Union and Belarus.
The current Institute of Geological Research in Minks started in November 1927 with the creation of the Geology Institute that is part of the Culture Institute that was founded in 1922.
Translated by JC Caballero