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Cuba and the United States signed a memorandum of understanding between the National Aquarium of Cuba and the Florida Aquarium of Tampa, which renewed the agreements signed in 2016 to preserve marine life in the Gulf of Mexico, the local agency reported. Latin Press
“Our purposes are to develop research programs related to invasive alien species, establish studies on coral reefs, as well as to promote environmental education and strengthen exhibitions,” said Maria de Los Angeles Serrano, director of the National Aquarium of Cuba, who signed the document with Roger Germann, director of the Florida Aquarium in Tampa, the state agency reported.
For his part, Germann expressed his satisfaction for the joint work on the education and conservation of species and assured that the signing of the memorandum will protect the seas, in search of a blue planet for the new generations, stresses the cable dated in Havana.
The signature of the document was made within the framework of the XI Congress of Marine Sciences “MarCuba 2018”, which will be held in the Havana Convention Center until October 19.
This event brings together scientists and professionals linked to the sciences, observation systems, services and coastal and marine technologies, educators, sociologists, economists, businessmen and policymakers linked to marine protection.
Source: Mundo Sputnik News