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Cooperation advances in marine aquaculture between Norway and Cuba


Oslo, May 14.- A delegation from the Cuban Fisheries Research Center (CIP) visited Norway within the framework of the cooperation project Production of marine fish fry in Cuba, it was reported here today.

The delegation was made up of Mario Yasmany Álvarez Hernández, head of the Mariel Marine Fish Culture Experimental Station, Cuban province of Artemisa, and Maylee Pozo Escobar, microbiologist and head of the Aquaculture Health Department of the CIP, diplomatic sources from the island reported. Caribbean

Both specialists took advantage of their stay in Norway, completing an intensive training program with the advice and support of high-level experts and researchers from the Norwegian Institute of Marine Research.

The occasion was favorable to review with the Norwegian counterparts the progress of the aforementioned cooperation project, including the development of the spawning center for the production of fingerlings, built at the Mariel Marine Fish Farming Experimental Station, according to the fountain. (Text and photo: PL)


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