The China and Cuba relationship is about to get much closer with both countries working together as Belt and Road Initiative partners.
Their BRI cooperation is set to expand with Beijing helping Havana upscale its new energy sector.
This will enable Cuba to move towards green development. They are already moving forward as partners in the telecommunications field.
- Carlos Alzugaray is a former Cuban diplomat and educator.
- Luis Chirino, CGTN Cuba correspondent
- Victor Gao is a current affairs commentator and a chair professor at Soochow University.
- Brian Becker is the Executive Director at the ANSWER Coalition.
— Granma (English) (@Granma_English) November 10, 2021
— World Economic Forum (@wef) November 5, 2021
In 2020, 57% of China’s investment in #BRI partner countries went to Renewable Energy projects, up 38% y-o-y.
Watch Antony Froggatt, deputy director of Environment & Society Programme at Chatham House, on China’s efforts to promote green devt under Belt and Road Initiative⤵️ pic.twitter.com/mSPYZ6JU76
— Chinese Embassy in UK (@ChineseEmbinUK) November 9, 2021
— Reuters (@Reuters) November 9, 2021