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Archivo de August, 2019

2 August, 2019 Venezuela Strengthens Security at Colombian Border

CARACAS, Venezuela.- The Government of Venezuela strengthens security in areas bordering Colombia by applying the mobility card through pedestrian crossings that limit access between the two nations. The Director General of the Administrative Service for Identification, Migration and Aliens, Gustavo Vizcaino, notified that more than 12,000 Colombian citizens have registered for the program so far. […]

2 August, 2019 Bolivia to Ratify Evo-Alvaro Binomial

Social organizations of Bolivia and supporters of ruling Movimiento Al Socialismo (Movement to Socialism) meet in the department of Santa Cruz, in support of Evo Morales-Alvaro Garcia Linera binomial.

2 August, 2019 U.S. Presidential Candidate Supports Travels to Cuba

The recently introduced bill in the U.S. Upper House to remove travel restrictions on citizens of the northern nation to Cuba has a new co-sponsor, Democratic senator and presidential candidate Cory Booker.

2 August, 2019 President says Mike Pompeo is an ignorant of Cuban history

President Miguel Diaz-Canel has described Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as “ignorant of the history and principles of the Cuban Revolution” by proposing a negotiation that suggests treason and denial of the dignity of the people of the island.

2 August, 2019 Colombia Highlights Child Care in Cuba

Fortunately, in Cuba, there are no children deprived of family care or without state support, highlights a material published Thursday on the website of the Colombian Communist Party.

1 August, 2019 Protection for the Most Vulnerable, a Bolivian Premise

Since his arrival for the Presidency of Bolivia, Evo Morales has implemented social policies for the benefit of the most vulnerable sectors, and in this context he advocates for a greater protection towards seniors.

1 August, 2019 Venezuela Rejects Sanctions on Iranian Chancellor

CARACAS, Venezuela. – Venezuela’s Chancellor Jorge Arreaza rejected recent U.S. government sanctions against Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. The dignity of the people of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and of the free peoples of the world, is irreducible, the head of the Venezuelan diplomacy wrote on communication platform Twitter. The U.S. Treasury Department’s […]

1 August, 2019 Valdes Mesa Tours Economic Goals Recovered after Tornado

The First Vice-President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Salvador Valdes Mesa, corroborated the successful recovery of important capital economic objectives severely damaged by the tornado that crossed Havana last January.