With the goal of improving the management of legal services, Cuba and Spain collaborate on projects for the preparation of professionals and the development of software and computer applications.
During an exchange this Friday in Havana with Manuel Marrero, Prime Minister of Cuba, the president of the General Council of the Colleges of Administrative Managers of Spain, Fernando Jesús Santiago Ollero, emphasized the existence of a clear political will on to carry out plans together, for the benefit of the citizens.
According to the information published today by the Presidency of Cuba, the head of the Government expressed the interest in working together in technical cooperation for the development of legal services in Cuba, in search of greater quality and agility in processing.
The working visit to Cuba of the Spanish manager, in coordination with the Ministry of Justice (Minjus) and the National Organization of Collective Law Firms, is included in the face-to-face exchange of work developed this year between managers and officials in both parties. .
In a meeting with Enrique Gil, general secretary of the Conference of Ministers of Justice of Ibero-America, in June, Marrero emphasized that this meeting and the one held in March with Alfonso Cavallé Cruz, delegate for America of the General Council of Spanish Notaries. , representing the interest from both parties, as well as the support of the European country and the recognition of moderate work in Cuba.
Likewise, in the month of June a delegation of Minjus visited Spain, focusing on following the agreements adopted to strengthen collaboration in the sector.