Antonio Luis Carricarte Corona, president of the Chamber of Commerce of the Republic of Cuba (CC), held on Friday a cordial exchange with a group of U.S. businessmen from the city of Mobile, Alabama.
During the meeting, which took place at the institutional headquarters of the CC, both parties discussed the possibilities of future exchanges with the Chamber of Commerce of the northern city, and advocated in favor of establishing cultural contacts.
The members of the group expressed favorable opinions on the increase of relations between the peoples of the United States and the Greater of the Antilles, in addition to the commercial and academic exchange that allows Cuba to work without obstacles from that country, hindered today by the arbitrary inclusion of the Island in the list of countries sponsoring terrorism.
Carricarte Corona thanked the meeting and supported the idea that groups like these can visit and exchange ideas.
The group of businessmen culminated their visit to Cuba this Saturday -inserted in the modality of people-to-people exchange- and during their stay they visited the Fidel Castro Center, met with MINREX officials and toured sites of interest in Havana, among other activities.