The time in Havana, Cuba
Havana, Cuba.-Chilean Foreign Minister, Heraldo Muñoz, continues today his visit to Cuba, along with a large government and business delegation from his country.
As part of his agenda, Muñoz will offer a news conference at the emblematic Hotel Nacional de Cuba. The South American foreign minister met yesterday with his peer from the Caribbean island, Bruno Rodriguez.
Havana, Cuba.-Political, commercial and economic relations between Cuba and China are at a high level, said here today the first vice president of the Councils of State and Ministers of the Caribbean country, Miguel Diaz-Canel.
In statements to Prensa Latina minutes before leaving this ancient nation, the Cuban vice president expressed his satisfaction at having participated in events to celebrate the Day of Victory of China on September 3.
Havana, Cuba.-Italian Giustino Di Celmo, a close friend of Cuba and its socialist revolution passed away September 1, at 94, in Havana. A Businessman, Di Celmo, who was born in Salerno, Italy on December 24, 1920, arrived in Cuba for the first time in 1992 along his son Fabio Di Celmo, who was the fatal victim of a terrorist bombing on September 4, 1997, at the Copacabana hotel, as part of a series of violent attacks against Cuban tourist facilities that year by paid-mercenaries serving to anti-Cuba interests.
Following the murder of his son, Guistino, a WWII vet and a peace-loving man, decided to definitively settled in Cuba and he dedicated the last years of his life to denounce terrorist acts against Cuba and to advocate international solidarity with the island and the lifting of the over-50-year US economic, commercial and financial blockade of Cuba.