Copenhagen, February 26. A Video conference takes place between Executives of the Chamber of Commerce of Cuba, and the Kingdom of Denmark.
The Director of International Relations, of the Chamber of Commerce of Cuba, Celia Labora, spoke with her counterpart about the prospects for the promotion and promotion of exportable products, of Cuban companies, linked to the potential of the Danish market.
The world’s situation is ever more dangerous and challenging. Now more than ever before, the very survival of the human species is at stake. International peace and security are being threatened by conflicts; predatory and non-conventional wars; acts of aggression and regime change attempts; and an arms race that is dilapidating enormous resources that are indispensable for the sustainable development of our peoples.
In the Danish Parliament, three deputies raise their voices in support of Cuba's condemnation of the arbitrary decision of the outgoing government, led by the Trump Administration, to include our country in the spurious list of countries sponsoring terrorism.
The parliamentarians expressed their strongest rejection of the economic, commercial and financial blockade that the United States maintains in an illegal way; against the Caribbean island for six decades.
The Cuban Ambassador to the Kingdom of Denmark, Roger López García, paid a visit to the “Vestergaard” dairy farm in Gilleleje, north of Copenhagen.
The Cuban diplomat was received by the owner, Mr. Enok Vestergaard, who conducted a tour of his property, which has 300 dairy cows (265 milk-producing Holstein cows and 35 heifers); and approximately 400 hectares of land.
The reference farm, which produces around 9,000 liters of milk per day, supplies all its production daily to the regional dairy processing plant in the region where it is located.