RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "Cuba has 4 vaccines; 2 very advanced in stage 3″, mentioned the diplomat. He emphasized that the island's chancellery has manifested its predisposition to trade with the country "without any inconvenience". "We will see what decision is taken, everything is on track", he said in contact with Radio UNO.
He said that "the Cuban plan is very ambitious. We have already made several reports telling all the details, advances, characteristics of the vaccine. These are decisions made by governments, not by ambassadors".
"Cuba has an advanced agreement with the Pasteur Institute of Iran, in Teheran . . .