The signing of these
documents, which took place at the People’s Palace in
Beijing, give more importance to the meeting that the two
dignitaries describe as the fruit of the strengthening of
The documents refer to economic, technical and agricultural
cooperation, customs affairs, training courses on customs
affairs, the health sector, a donation for digital
television, and a credit free of interests, the Cuban
National Television Newscast reported on Friday.
Later, Army General Raul Castro was received by Chinese
Prime Minister Wen Jiabao, as part of exchanges with top
Likewise, Raul met with Deputy Prime Minister Li Keqiang.
The official program of the Cuban President concluded with a
meeting with Chinese Vice-president Xi Jinping, who visited
Cuba in June, 2011, the Prensa Latina news agency reported.
After China, Raul will carry out a similar visit to Vietnam.