Cuba and Britain sign sports agreement
Campaign News | Friday, 19 November 2004
Countries agree to share knowledge
HAVANA, Nov. 18 (Xinhuanet) -- Cuba and Britain signed an agreement of cooperation in sports on Thursday.
The document was signed by British Olympic Committee president Craig Reedie, who concluded Thursday his four-day visit to Cuba, and his hosting counterpart, Jose Fernandez.
According to the text, both parties commit to stimulate the exchange of sports delegations, experts, trainers and experts in physical education, sports and applied sciences.
Reedie, an International Olympic Committee (IOC) member, explained that in his country there is a great interest in increasing the contact with Cuban boxing.