December 17, 2014
Cuba delivered the last of four cargo ships that it had agreed to build for the Venezuelan Navy, and in 2015 another eight ships will be manufactured on the island for the South American country’s fleet, local media reported today.
The vessel, 57 meters long (length) and 12 meters wide (width) and equipped with high technology, is capable of moving 200 tons of water and 200 tons of fuel with a maximum limit of 740 tons of goods.
The manufacture of these ships is the result of the cooperation agreements established under the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (Alba), an integration mechanism created by Cuba and Venezuela in 2004 to which eleven nations of the region currently belong.
Via Cuba delivers another ship built in its shipyards to the Venezuelan Navy.
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