Russia to help Cuba draw up masterplan
A mixed commission made up of members of both the Russian and Cuban maritime authorities met in Havana recently.
A subsequent statement revealed that, as a result, a new masterplan for Cuban ports will be drawn up covering the period up to 2030, undertaken in co-operation with both public and private state companies.
According to Russia’s Minister of Transport, Maksim Sokolov, experts in the country will study proposals from Cuba as part of a mutual co-operation agreement that exists between them.
As part of the same relationship, the commission is analysing Russian proposals to build a world maritime warning and safety system covering the entire Cuban coastline. This would guarantee integration of various maritime communications via both satellite and radio, thereby increasing security, improving navigation and upgrading rescue capability for those vessels in danger.
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