The main obstacle to Cuba’s economic and social development is the blockade of the United States with the vain eagerness to subject the Cuban people to imperial designs.
Daily Archives: 14 October, 2019
The twenty-seventh edition of the theoretical event titled Crucible of Cuban Nationality, begins next Thursday in Bayamo as part of the program of the Cuban festival to be held in this eastern city.
Six candidates, but two diametrically different country models with a better chance of managing Argentina’s destinations, will give the fight at the polls next October 27.
The First Vice-President of Venezuela’s National Constituent Assembly, Tania Diaz, highlighted the conquest of the people of Ecuador against the International Monetary Fund, IMF.
Granma newspaper publishes a letter sent by the Secretary General of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and President of the People’s Republic of China to Army General Raul Castro, First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, on the occasion of the successful celebration of the Extraordinary Session of the Ninth Legislature of the National Assembly of People’s Power of Cuba.
The President of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel sent his condolences to the family of Paloma Dominguez Caballero, who died last October 9 due to health complications, and confirmed that for Cuba there is nothing more important than a child.
The First Vice-President of the Serbian government and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ivica Dacic, received the Vice-President of the National Assembly of People’s Power of Cuba and the Council of State, Ana Maria Mari Machado.
Ana Maria Mari Machado, vice president of the Cuba’s National Assembly of People’s Power and Council of State, arrived in Belgrade leading her country’s delegation to the 141st Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU).
Cuba, a victim of terrorism, continues to fight against this phenomenon and is party to 18 international conventions to combat terrorism, as was reaffirmed at the United Nations.
Cuba’s fleet of General Motors locomotives are becoming obsolete due to the US blockade policy which prevents the island from purchasing parts to repair and maintain these engines, a railway technician reported.