Employers of Cuba and the European Union seek to “stimulate” the bilateral economic and trade relations in areas such as tourism, renewable energy, biotechnology and agribusiness to solidify their integration as part of a new impetus for the growth of both nations. Delegations of Cuba and raised UK Tuesday start new businesses in order to enhance business relationships to continue increased activity in the coming years. At the business forum that develops in Havana (capital), entrepreneurs Cuba and the UK looking to “stimulate” the bilateral economic and trade relations in areas such as tourism, renewable energy, biotechnology and agribusiness, local media reported. Business Ambassador of the Office of Trade and Investment in the UK, Brian Wilson, representing the British delegation, and Havana attended by officials from the Chamber of Commerce of Cuba (CCC). The secretary general of the CCC, Omar Fernandez, explained that the purpose of the forum is to relieve and improve aspects of the Cuban economy amid the economic adjustment process and socialist “update” in the country. For his part, Director of Economic Policy for Europe of the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, San Pedro Jorge, stressed the importance of strengthening the exchange in both countries in order to strengthen its financial integration. “The forum aims to diversify bilateral trade relations, develop or continue projects of mutual benefit and provide information on sectors of the Cuban economy, such as tourism, renewable energy, biotechnology and agribusiness,” Fernandez said. The schedule of activities between delegations conclude Wednesday with a workshop on agro and Thursday “individual meetings” will take place between executives of the parties. At the meeting of integration creating Special Zone Development Mariel (ZEDM), driven by Cuba, the first of its kind in the country and the government wants to become one of the economic engines of the island to be treated participation of foreign investment. Following the resumption of relations between the two nations in 2011, governments signed a bilateral cooperation in such fields as science, culture, economy and trade, what they considered “a step forward” in their relationships, influenced by policy ” common position “of the European Union (EU). Diplomats stressed the economic strengthening of the Caribbean country through tourism to increase finance and consolidate relations.