With the attendance of political leaders, social movements and diplomatic representatives, the Brazilian-Cuba Parliamentary Group of Friendship was officially reinstalled to the Chamber of Deputies.
Daily Archives: 25 September, 2019
U.S. airline American Airlines, and Chilean-Brazilian Latam Airlines, were sued in the United States under Title III of the controversial Helms-Burton Act against Cuba, which seeks to deprive the island of foreign investment.
Venezuela’s Chancellor Jorge Arreaza denounced, at the UN, xenophobia to Venezuelan migrants who decide to leave the country because of the blockade of the United States, which affects the economic life of the nation.
The President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Diaz-Canel condemned the Trump Administration’s persecution of ships transporting oil to Cuba, an action to create hardships and difficulties for the Cuban people.
As part of his bilateral agenda at the United Nations, the Chancellor of Cuba, Bruno Rodriguez, met with his Andorran counterparts, Maria Ubach Font; from Togo, Robert Dussey; and from Senegal, Amadou Ba.
The beginning of the 2th International Event on Nature Tourism (Turnat 2019) in this Cuban wetland on Tuesday speaks for the government’s strategy to diversify recreational options.
The first dancers of the Ballet Nacional de Cuba (BNC) Viengsay Valdes, Anette Delgado and Dani Hernandez arrived today in Mexico to lead a season of the classic Giselle, in the version of director Alicia Alonso.
The United States blockade limits academic exchange and development and causes millions of dollars in losses to Cuba’s biopharmaceutical industry, one of the country’s strategic economic sectors.
President Donald Trump repeated at the UN today his attacks on countries that he considers a threat to American interests and once again promoted his ‘United States first’ agenda.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez strongly rejected this Tuesday statements made by the Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro at the UN General Assembly, which Bruno Rodríguez described as slander.