|Brazil Interested in Technical Cooperation with Cuba
2012.06.15 - 10:47:28 / email@example.com
HAVANA, Cuba.- Marco Farani, director of the Brazilian Cooperation Agency, highlighted the importance of exchanging technical knowledge and of learning from Cuba’s good practices in the construction of a fairer world for all.
These statements by Farani took place after the signing of the first cooperation agreement between the Superior Court of Justice of Brazil (STJ) and the Popular Supreme Court of the Caribbean island, which have maintained fruitful exchanges for a few years now, the Prensa Latina new agency reported on Thursday.
Signing the document were Ari Pargendler, president of the STJ, and Carlos Zamora, Cuban ambassador to Brasilia.
On the occasion, an additional adjustment to the bilateral agreement of scientific, technical and technological cooperation signed in 1987 was also ratified.
Pargendler stated that the Court of Law is honored by the trust place in him as representative of this exchange and described the signing of the agreement as the culmination of a months-long process.