Kuala Lumpur, July 10th – The ambassador of Cuba to Malaysia, Malaysia, Ibete Fernández Hernández, was received on a courtesy call by Selangor's chief minister, Dato Seri Mohamed Azmin bi Ali.
During the meeting, the parties agreed on the possibilities that exist to extend the cooperation between the state and Cuba from the establishment of mutually advantageous businesses.
The chief minister acknowledged the excellence of the Cuban health system, from which he explained, state authorities, took experience to develop a primary care assistance pilot program currently underway. He was also interested in exploring the business opportunities that exist in the biotechnology sector, based on the intention of the state of Selangor to develop this sector.
The ambassador extended an invitation for businessmen from the state to visit Cuba and to assess the opportunities that are available.
Selangor is Malaysia's most economically developed state and among the 13 states that make up the nation, it accounts for 25% of the country's GDP.