A report published in Juventud Rebelde newspaper on Sunday adds that the International Investment Bank is an international financial organization, created in 1970.
The aim of this body is to arrange financing and co-financing, based on commercial principles, for economically viable investment projects and programs implemented by members of the bank.
It also assists organizations working in the territory of its member countries, which are vital for the development and diversification of the economies of the member states.
The BII, as a multilateral development bank, focuses primarily on fostering economic growth, increasing the competitiveness of national economies, and expanding trade and economic linkages.
It also encompasses maximizing investment interaction opportunities for all member countries.
The BII has as members nine countries from Europe, Asia and Latin America. Cuba joined the BII in 1974.
The Board of Directors and the Board of Governors during the work sessions will discuss important aspects for the subsequent consolidation of this financial institution.
These topics include the implementation of the founding documents in their new form, and the capitalization program and its financial policies.