The time in Havana, Cuba
Lisbon, Portugal.-Gaviota Group, leading hotel accommodation capacity in Cuba, trusts today in increasing the Portuguese tourism to the island and its cays, which reached a 55-percent rise last year.
Promocion de Gaviota director Lisbet Betancourt told Prensa Latina about the progresses in the negotiation to increase this year the charter fights of the Portuguese touroperator Sonhando since July to September. Betancourt, who participated in the Tourism Fair of Lisbon (BTL) from February 28 to March 1, stated that among Portuguese citizens, there is an expectation for increasing flights that had Cayo Coco as a destination last year and will include Varadero in 2015.
Havana, Cuba.-Cuba underlined here today the need to establish a more just, democratic and equitative international order that eliminates the obstacles to national efforts for the realization of all human rights.
Speaking at the Council of Human Rights, Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, affirmed the Caribbean nation keeps committed with a genuine international cooperation, based on the indivisibility of these rights, the non selectivity and non politization.
Havana, Cuba.-Cuban vice-president Salvador Mesa received vice-president of the African Union Commission Erastus Okundi Mwencha, who is on oficial visit to the archipelago, informed the newspaper Granma.
In the meeting, held yesterday, both leaders highlighted the historical friendship ties that share Cuba and Africa and talked on international issues of common interest, particularly on the efforts of Cuba to fight the virus of Ebola that affects the AFrican continent.