Cuba officially joins Belt and Road energy initiative

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CUBA STANDARD — Cuba was introduced as a new member of the Belt and Road Initiative Energy Partnership during the partnership’s second ministerial conference Oct. 18-19 in Qingdao.

Cuba joins Bolivia, Venezuela and Suriname as the fourth Latin American country to become a member of the energy partnership.

Cuba in 2019 officially joined the four-year old Belt and Road initiative, which is planning to disburse $8 trillion for infrastructure projects mostly in developing nations around the globe.

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