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Prensa Latina News Agency

Miguel Díaz-Canel Back in Cuba after International Tour

The First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, welcomed the Cuban President at José Martï International Airport During the dawn hours this Thursday the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, welcomed President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez and the official delegation accompanying him, at … Continue reading

Diaz-Canel Describes Meetings with Vietnam Authorities as Excellent

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel described the meetings he held with Vietnamese authorities as excellent, as part of his visit to this country ‘Excellent meetings with the highest Vietnamese authorities. They ratify the will to raise the level of our economic relations to the same level as political relations. #WeareCuba, on a tour to strengthen historic … Continue reading

Miguel Díaz-Canel Arrives in Vietnam on Official Visit

The Cuban President travelled to Vietnam from China after concluding a very successful state visit which fostered bilateral friendship and cooperation links Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel arrived in Vietnam on Thursday in the framework of a tour that ratifies the continuity of the Cuban Revolution and the consolidation of relations with the countries he is … Continue reading

Visit to China Strengthens Bilateral Relations, Cuban President Says

According to Díaz-Canel, this visit is another favorable occasion to strengthen the friendship and desire to always work with China Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel on Wednesday stated that his current visit to China gives continuity and strengthens the bilateral relations uninterruptedly developed for 58 years between the two countries. During a meeting with Wang Yang, … Continue reading

US to Hold Midterm Elections November 6th

In recent weeks the struggle for control of the Senate has intensified, with a tendency to favor the red party Republicans Electoral predictions accentuate the existing division among the voters who will attend the mid-term elections in the United States, something which tells of President Donald Trump’s failure to unite the country. Just two days … Continue reading

Cuban, North Korean Presidents Agreed to Strengthen Bilateral Cooperation

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel and Kim Jong Un held talks on Sunday in which they committed to continue strengthening bilateral relations Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel and the North Korean President of the Workers’ Party (KWP), Kim Jong-Un held talks on Sunday in which they committed to continue strengthening bilateral relations. In Images: Miguel Díaz-Canel’s Official … Continue reading

Soroa Resort Favorite among European Travelers

The attractive Cuban resort of Soroa in western Cuba receives visitors from many parts of the world, but the old continent stands out Many European travelers now choose Soroa as one of their favorite places, a nature tourism destination that has a variety of charms, including an orchidarium. The attractive Cuban resort of Soroa in … Continue reading

Miguel Díaz-Canel Offered Warmly Welcome in Korea

The reception given to the Cuban president and his delegation shows the deep friendship that exist between Cuba and People’s Democratic Republic of Korea The recently started visit to the People’s Democratic Republic of Korea (PDRK) by Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel shows friendship, invincible unity and brotherhood, according to local media outlets. Such was the … Continue reading

Cuban President Arrives in Russia for Official Visit

The Cuban leader arrived at Vnukovo 2 Airport from France, the first stopover on an international tour that will also take him to China, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Vietnam and Laos Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel arrived in Moscow on Thursday on his first official visit to Russia, where he plans to meet with … Continue reading

World Backs Cuba with Overwhelming Rejection to US Blockade

For the twenty-seventh consecutive time since 1992, the international community categorically demands the lifting of the blockade imposed on Cuba for more than half a century The United Nations General Assembly on Thursday adopted, with support from 189 of its members, a new resolution calling for an end to the economic, commercial and financial blockade … Continue reading

UNESCO Director General Welcomes Cuba President

Audrey Azoulay received the Cuban president this morning at UNESCO’s Paris headquarters The President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Díaz-Canel, and the Director-General of Unesco, Audrey Azoulay, today underlined the close relations between Cuba and this United Nations’ organization during a meeting held in Paris, the capital of France. Azoulay received the … Continue reading

Miguel Díaz-Canel Thanks Support to Cuba at UN

As part of his transit stay in Paris prior to his tour around Europe and Asia, the president joined Cuba’s state mission in France to follow developments at the UN The President of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel, expressed his gratitude on Wednesday in France for the support shown to the Caribbean country by the international community … Continue reading

International Community Supports Cuba Draft Resolution at UN

Representatives from all over the world raised their voices in the plenary session of the UN General Assembly to support the draft resolution against the US blockade The international community demonstrated on Wednesday at the UN, for the umpteenth time, its rejection of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States against … Continue reading

UN General Assembly Discusses Resolution to End Blockade on Cuba

This year the discussion of the resolution project to put an end to U.S. blockade against Cuba takes place under U.S. pressures to hinder the process The UN General Assembly discusses today for the 27th consecutive year the resolution project to put an end to U.S. blockade against Cuba, this time under U.S. pressures to … Continue reading

Cuban President Leaves for International Tour

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel arrived in Paris on Wednesday on a transit visit prior to a tour that will take him to European and Asian countries. The Cuban president was welcomed by French Prime Minister, Edouard Philippe, at the Matignon Palace where the two leaders are scheduled to have a working lunch, according to the … Continue reading

Cuban President Welcomes Salvadoran Counterpart

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel received on Thursday his Salvadoran counterpart, Salvador Sanchez Ceren, who is on an official five-day visit to the island After the reception ceremony at the Palace of the Revolution, both leaders met to discuss the state of bilateral relations, as well as the situation in the region. Previously, the Salvadoran President … Continue reading

Salvadorian President Pays Second Official Visit to Cuba

In statements to the press, Salvador Sánchez Cerén referred to the bilateral relations restored in 2009 and stressed that it has been a very intense process in all spheres El Salvador’s President, Salvador Sanchez Ceren, arrived in Cuba on Tuesday, where he will meet until Saturday a work agenda that includes official talks with his … Continue reading

Iberostar Grand Hotel Trinidad Wins Quality Leader Award

It was known that in order to receive this distinction a full evaluation was carried out as well as surveys of foreign and national guests The Iberostar Grand Hotel Trinidad, Sancti Spíritus, was granted the Quality Leader Award, in its sixth edition, by the National Trade Union of Hotels and Tourism and the Ministry of … Continue reading

Cubans Living in Europe Raise Voices against US Blockade

A meeting of Cuban living in Europe demanded that the United States end its nearly six-decade blockade of their native country “We will continue to fight the blockade,” meeting organizer Menia Martinez told Prensa Latina news agency in Brussels. “There will soon be a new vote on the issue at the United, and we want … Continue reading

Theresa May Announces Possible Extension of Brexit Transition

Speaking to the press in the framework of the European summit in Brussels, the prime minister noted that this transition period would take a few more months British Prime Minister Theresa May said today that her country and the European Union (EU) are weighing the possibility of extending the Brexit transition or UK’s withdrawal from … Continue reading

Deadly School Attack Reported in Crimea

Reportedly, the number of casualties increased to 18 people, about 50 people remain wounded Witnesses at a high school in Kerch, Crimea, on Wednesday gave versions of armed people who opened fire, after detonating a bomb in that educational center, with a preliminary death toll of 18 and 50 wounded. A first story by the … Continue reading

Cuban Hammer Thrower Wins Bronze in Youth Olympic Games

Alegna Osorio earned the bronze medal in the girl´s hammer throwing event of the athletics tournament in the Youth Olympic Games Cuban Alegna Osorio earned the bronze medal in the girl´s hammer throwing event of the athletics tournament in the Youth Olympic Games running in Buenos Aires, Argentina, until next Friday. Osorio ranked third in … Continue reading

Pedro Sánchez to Visit Cuba Next November 22-23

The Spanish president’s visit was agreed upon at the meeting he held with Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel in New York on September 25 The president of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sanchez, will pay an official visit to Cuba on November 22 and 23, local media reported Sanchez’s trip was agreed upon at the meeting he … Continue reading

Bolivia Celebrates Decolonization Day

President Evo Morales said that the indigenous movement always fought for the Homeland and to recover its identity While the policies of plundering our natural resources continue, our struggle will continue, President Evo Morales said on Friday, celebrating the Decolonization Day and presenting the International Year of Indigenous Languages. From the Casa Grande del Pueblo, … Continue reading

Cuba: Civil Society Ratifies Condemnation of US Blockade

More than 130 organizations are participating on Friday in the 15th Civil Society Forum Representatives of more than 130 Cuban organizations are participating on Friday in the 15th Civil Society Forum, a space where they will ratify the condemnation to the U.S.-imposed economic, commercial and financial blockade against the Caribbean nation. The meeting is an … Continue reading

Sancti Spiritus, the First to Start Tobacco Planting Campaign in Cuba

According to Tobacco Business Group’s experts, Cuba hopes to plant over 30 thousand hectares of tobacco during the 2018-2019 campaign Cuba hopes to plant over 30 thousand hectares of tobacco in the campaign 2018-2019 starting in this central province, second largest producer of the leave, assured here specialisdts of the Tobacco Business Group (Tabacuba). Gustavo … Continue reading