Norway to support Cuban doctors working in Haiti
HAVANA, Jan 24, 2010 (Xinhua via COMTEX) —
Norway has committed itself to supporting Cuba's medical relief work in
Haiti, where a 7.3-magnitude earthquake has claimed more than 100,000
lives, a local daily reported on Sunday.
Juventud Rebelde reported that the governments of Cuba and Norway signed
an agreement on Friday, under which Norway will donate 5 million crowns
(around 885,000 U.S. dollars) to fund the mission of Cuban doctors in Haiti.
Individual.com (25 January 2010)