Etiqueta: European Union
27 February, 2020 Climate Change Threatens Transport Systems

Roads, railways, ports, air terminals, and waterways face unprecedented threats from climate change, a study by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe says.

16 October, 2019 King of Spain to Visit Cuba on November

Felipe VI, King of Spain, will travel to Cuba in November, in the context of the celebrations for the fifth centenary of Havana, chancellors Bruno Rodríguez and Josep Borrell confirmed, and referred to the favorable state of bilateral relations.

25 September, 2019 Cuban Chancellor Continues Broad Agenda at UN

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.

29 May, 2019 International Rejection of Helms-Burton Act

The Latin American and Caribbean Parliament (PARLATINO) ratified its rejection of the Helms-Burton Act, signed in 1996 by then-American President William Clinton, to intensify the blockade against Cuba.

20 May, 2019 Switzerland Condemns Hostility of US Blockade

The Switzerland-Cuba Chamber of Commerce and Industry condemned the activation of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act by the United States Government, and emphasized it has a marked extraterritorial character.

25 January, 2019 Workers of the World Condemn Interference in Venezuela

The World Federation of Trade Unions, on behalf of the more than its 95 million members, strongly rejected the attempted coup d’état against the legitimate Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.