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Moscow, Russia.-The book "Raúl Castro, A Man in Revolution" by Lieut. Gen. Nikolai Leonov, was presented today by its author at the Institute of Latin America of the Academy of Sciencies of Russia.
The ceremony, organized by the music group Grenada, its young solidarity club and the scientific center, was attended by Director of the Institute, Vladimir Dav idov, as well as veterans of the Cuban Missile Crisis of October, 1962, intellectuals, Latin American diplomats and dozens of Russian youngsters. Director General of Grenada, Tatiana Vladimirskaya, said that at his 87 years of age, Leonov accumulates as author a dozen works,including a political biography of Cuban historical leader Fidel Castro, and this, the first biography of Raul Castro.
Havana, Cuba.-The number of business people interested in investing in Cuba continues to grow every year. That reality owes a lot the potentialities that exist in different sectors and to the attractive future offered to investors in Cuba.
Both foreigners and Cubans are well aware that the opportunities that Cuba offers to foreign investment are attractive and can boost and consolidate commercial links that contribute capital, technology and market in a short term. With a business portfolio of 246 projects from priority sectors at $8.7 billion, it seems beneficial to use that alternative to develop the island in line with the strategies conceived to update its economic model, according to Cuban experts.
Havana, Cuba.-The Cuban Ambassador to Qatar, Ernesto Plasencia, was thankful for the rejection of Qatar to the US blockade to Cuba, a policy that stops Cuba from normalizing the recently reestablished relations between Cuba and the US.
Plasencia praised the traditional support of Cuba to the resolution that Havana preseents every year in the United Nations General Assembly.