Cuba Business

Cuba to work with Algeria to develop ophthalmology hospitals

Posted October 29, 2008 by publisher in Cuba Business.

The Cuban Ambassador to Algeria, Mr. Eumelio Caballero Rodriguez, has praised the Algerian donations estimated at two million dollars following the hurricanes that hit Cuba.

Speaking at the first press conference he held in Algiers, Ambassador Rodriguez has indicated that the partnership between Algeria and Cuba is focusing on programs of genealogy and pediatrics with satisfactory results.

He further unveiled a project aimed at constructing seven high technology ophthalmology hospitals, of which the first one has been launched last April in Djelfa Algeria.

Before visiting the camps of the Sahrawi refugees in Tindouf southwest province and meeting with the Sahraoui President Mr. Mohamed Abdelaziz, the Cuban diplomat announced that Cuba is disposed to receive more Sahraoui medical students noting that five hundred are now studying in Cuba.

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Member Comments

On October 29, 2008, publisher wrote:

Cuba is looking for foreign investment with any (sucker) countries it can find.

Sorry Fidel and Raul but you know you are deadbeat borrowers so why would any country want to “invest” in Cuba?

On December 25, 2008, Abdel Djellal wrote:


I am Algerian and the Algerian people love Cuba and its People and its great Leaders! We are like brothers they help us when we need them and we help them when they need us.