Cuba–Malaysia relations refers to bilateral foreign relations between Cuba and Malaysia. Diplomatic relations were established on 6 February 1975, Cuba opened its embassy in Kuala Lumpur on 1997, while Malaysia opened its representation in Havana on February, 2001. Both are the members of [1 ] Group of 77, Non-Aligned Movement and United Nations. [2 ]
Economic relations [ edit ]
Both countries cooperate in the area of
biotechnology in the field of research and production of vaccines. The Cuban government has provide a scholarships for Malaysian students to pursue their medical studies and humanities in Cuba. [3 ] [3 ]
Malaysians who visited
Cuba up to 3 months are not required to obtain travel visas. [4 ]
Further reading [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ "Malaysia-Cuba Bilateral Relations in brief". Embassy of Cuba in Malaysia . Retrieved 13 November 2012.
^ "Malaysia, Cuba to celebrate 35 years of diplomatic relations". The Borneo Post. 8 January 2010 . Retrieved 13 November 2012.
^ a b "Amplia colaboración entre Malasia y Cuba" (in Spanish). Opciones. 13 September 2013 . Retrieved 10 May 2014.
^ "Consular Section in Malaysia". Embassy of Cuba in Malaysia . Retrieved 2012-11-13.