From our Bureau of 21st Century Neocolonialism with some assistance from our Bureau of Pacts Between Devils
Czar Vlad the Invader’s adviser has just signed a pact with Castro, Inc. that will allow Grand Putinia to colonize Cuba.
Get ready for a steady flow of Russian “investors” to the island whose sole intent is to take over Cuba’s economy.
Russians have already taken over one sugar mill, and at that location Cubans have been barred from taking part in its repairs or operation. This sugar mill gives us a sneak peek of things to come.
Castro, Inc.’s Ministry of Truth has revealed that the priority sectors of mutual interest are energy, tourism, food production, civil aviation infrastructure, the sugar agro-industry and mining. As you can plainly see, nothing has been left out of this list.
Loosely translated from Diario de Cuba:
The adviser to the president of Russia, Maksim S. Oreshkin, closed his visit to Cuba this Thursday with the signing of a memorandum of mutual understanding for the realization of the “Russian-Cuban investment initiative”, which was also signed by the deputy prime minister Cuban, Ricardo Cabrisas Ruiz, published the official newspaper Granma.
“The important thing about relations between Cuba and Russia is that there is the will to move forward. Not only the will, there is the decision to do so. Sometimes there is will and lack of decision. Other times there is decision and lack of will. Both parties agree on will and decision,” said Cabrisas, also recently inaugurated Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment.
According to the official Cuban News Agency (ACN), the signed document includes “the business projects transferred to the Russian side and became the basis of a qualitatively superior stage in bilateral relations.”
Cabrisas said that the contacts established between businessmen and those held by the top leaders of Cuba and Russia “are in correspondence with the excellent state of bilateral relations, and there is the political will of both governments to advance rapidly in the economic-commercial sphere for the mutual benefit of their peoples”.
The parties discussed the main issues of interest to promote the effective participation of Russian investors in the implementation of Cuba’s Economic and Social Development Program until 2030, according to sources from the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Trade.
They said that the priority sectors of mutual interest are energy, tourism, food production, civil aviation infrastructure, the sugar agro-industry and mining.
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