Dominican Republic, Spain to sign bilateral agreements
Santo Domingo.– The Dominican Republic plans to work with Spain in areas of common interest for development in 2014-2016, according to a press release by the Economy Ministry.
On February 3, the document of the 8th Meeting of the Dominican Republic-Spain Joint Commission for Cooperation will be signed by Dominican Economy minister Temistocles Montas and Rafael Garranzo, the director for Latin America and the Caribbean of the Spanish Agency of International Cooperation for Development.
Over 20 government institutions and 30 organizations of the civil society in different fields took part in drafting a the bilateral agreement.
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