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Cuba, USA Hold New Meeting on Migration Issues

A new round of migratory talks between Cuba and the United States was held on Wednesday in Washington During the talks, both parties acknowledged the benefits of the January 2017 Joint Statement, particularly for its elimination of the ‘Dry foot-wet foot’ policy and the ‘Parole Program for Cuban Medical Professionals’ and its impact on the … Continue reading

Cuba President Meets with American Personalities

Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez received U.S. Senator Jeff Flake and Google executive Eric Emerson Schmidt Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, yesterday June 4, received U.S. Senator Jeff Flake and Google executive Eric Emerson Schmidt. During the meeting, the three discussed the state of bilateral relations between Cuba and the United States, as well as possible cooperative … Continue reading

U.S. Victory Cruise Lines Arrives in Havana

For Victory Cruise Lines chairman, Bruce Nierenberg, Cuba is the perfect destination A new cruise belonging to U.S. company Victory Cruise Lines docked in Havana on Wednesday in a bid to promote Cuba as one of its most important destinations. The ship “Victory I” arrived in the Cuban capital with over 140 passengers on board … Continue reading

Staff Cuts at US Embassy in Cuba is Permanent

The measure comes amidst growing calls from different sectors in the U.S. to normalize operations at both embassies From March 5, the United States Embassy in Havana will operate as an “unaccompanied post,” according to an official media note from the U.S. Department of State, published March 2. The document explains that “The U.S. Embassy … Continue reading

US Legislators Criticized Donald Trump’s Policy towards Cuba

The Congress members also questioned the withdrawal of U.S. diplomats from the island and the expulsion of Cuban diplomats from the United States U.S. Democratic Congress members who visited Cuba this week defended the approach both countries started late 2014 to advance to the normalization of relations. The bipartisan delegation was formed by senators Patrick … Continue reading

Raúl Welcomes U.S. Congress Delegation

Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, president of Cuba’s Councils of State and Ministers, yesterday afternoon received a delegation from the United States Congress, led by Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont) The group also included two other Democratic Senators, Ron Wyden from Oregon and Gary Peters from Michigan, and House Representatives James McGovern (D-Massachusetts) and Susan Davis … Continue reading

Cuba, U.S.A. Continue Talks to Prevent Money Laundering

Cuban representatives emphasized on the need to increase cooperation between authorities of both countries to guarantee an effective confrontation of the practice Authorities of Cuba and the United States met in Washington for their second technical meeting to prevent and fight money laundering, informed today a note of the island’s Foreign Ministry. The meeting took … Continue reading

Cuban Foreign Ministry Rejects Rex Tillerson Statements

Cuban Foreign Ministry rejected today statements made by U.S. Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, at the beginning of his tour of Latin American and Caribbean tour, describing them as a message of arrogance and disdain ‘The Ministry of Foreign Relations alerts on the severity of the message of arrogance and disdain with which the Secretary … Continue reading

Equestrian Statue of Jose Marti Inaugurated in Havana

The ceremony was attended by Cuba President Raul Castro, members of the government, representatives of the City of New York and the Bronx Museum, as well as the Cuban people Authorities from Cuba and the United States today evoked in this capital the life and work of the Apostle of the Caribbean country before an … Continue reading

USA Creates Internet Task Force for Subversion in Cuba

The United States government announced yesterday, January 23, the creation of a new Internet Task Force, aimed at subverting Cuba’s internal order “The Department of State is convening a Cuba Internet Task Force composed of U.S. government and non-governmental representatives to promote the free and unregulated flow of information in Cuba. The task force will … Continue reading

USA Soften Warnings on Travels to Cuba

Washington has changed its travel alert system and now recommends American citizens “reconsider” visiting Cuba The U.S. State Department has modified its travel system alert to Cuba to US citizens, at a time when its officials acknowledge the lack of evidence on the alleged sonic incidents that served as a pretext to stop the bilateral … Continue reading

Cuba Slams Accusations of High U.S. Official

Cuba described as irresponsible the statements of the Deputy Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, Francisco Palmieri regarding the alleged health incidents by Washington diplomats in Havana. The Director General of the United States at the Ministry of Foreign Relations (Minrex) of the island, Josefina Vidal, said that for the Cuban Government are also … Continue reading

New Immigration Measures Come Into Force in Cuba

The new measures are part of the efforts that the country is making in order to further strengthen relations with Cuban immigrants On January first new migratory measures approved in October 2017 came into force and are part of the continuous and irreversible updating process Cuba started 5 years ago. Granma newspaper highlights the elimination … Continue reading

Science vs. Manipulation in Alleged Sonic Attacks

According to Dr. Mitchell Valdés-Sosa, there is no coherent medical explanation for the Sonic attack accusation The laws of physics, basic medical principles, and logic contradict the hypothesis that U.S. diplomatic personnel in Cuba suffered sonic attacks, according to scientists and experts who have noted the inconsistencies in reported symptoms, the locations of alleged incidents, […] Continue reading

New US-Cuba Regulations: A Setback of Bilateral Relations

Despite the recent overwhelmingly urging at the UN Washington ought to put an end to the economic, financial and trade blockade on Cuba, the US government has otherwise announced harsher restrictions for Americans interested in doing business with Cuba and traveling to the island, in compliance with the presidential memorandum that reverses important aspects of […] Continue reading

USA Announces New Restrictions on Travel and Trade with Cuba

Restrictions have been announced for Americans interested in doing business with Cuba and traveling to the Caribbean island   The US government announced today greater restrictions for Americans interested in doing business with Cuba and traveling to the Caribbean island, in compliance with the presidential memorandum that reverses important aspects of the rapprochement between the […] Continue reading

A Caricature Blockade (illustrations)

Since it is inexplicable from the logical point of view, the US blockade is better described with cartoons than with words Certain situations are so absurd that border on caricature. One of such situations is the blockade imposed on the Cuban people by the United States since 1962, a set of laws, decrees and resolutions […] Continue reading

Cuba to Present Resolution against US Blockade at UN

For the 26th time, the international community, in the United Nations General Assembly, will consider Cuba’s Resolution 71/5: The necessity of ending the economic, commercial, financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba. Despite the cruel and genocidal policy implemented by 11 U.S. administration, the Cuban people have not only resisted, but remained committed […] Continue reading

USA to Vote against Resolution Condemning US Blockade on Cuba

The United States will return to its traditional position supporting the blockade against Cuba and will challenge the international community by voting in the United Nations against the resolution that condemns this policy, said today the State Department. Spokesperson for the State Department Heather Nauert said today that U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley […] Continue reading

Cuban TV to Broadcast Alleged Sonic Attacks Documentary

The audience will received information on the partial conclusions of the investigation carried out by the Cuban government Cuban national television will broadcast this Thursday a documentary with the Cuban authorities in charge of the ongoing investigation of the alleged sonic attacks against US diplomats in Havana The audience will received a detailed explanation of […] Continue reading

US Embassy in Colombia to Process Visas for Cubans

The US State Department designated its embassy in Bogota to process the visas of those Cubans who  want to emigrate to the United States The US State Department designated its embassy in Bogota, Colombia, to process the visas for residents in Cuba that want to emigrate to the United States, according to a press release […] Continue reading

Cuba Denounces Expulsion of Cuban Diplomats from Washington

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez described the decision taken by the US Department of State to expel 15 diplomats from Cuban Embassy in the United States, as an action of political nature with no grounds. ‘The Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly protests and denounces this groundless and unacceptable decision, as well as the pretext […] Continue reading

Fifteen Cuban Diplomats Expelled from Washington

According to a senior federal official, the U.S. measure was based on the health incidents reported by U.S. embassy officials in Havana The Trump administration on Tuesday has ordered the expulsion of 15 diplomats from Cuba’s embassy in Washington, a week after the Caribbean island’s government urged Washington not to make any hasty decisions. According […] Continue reading

Panama President Hopes US-Cuba Dialogue Resumption

Varela said that he will keep fighting for that dialogue between Cuba and the United States materializes and becomes stronger Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela is confident that the US Government will resume the dialogue with Cuba in the next Summit of the Americas in Lima, Peru, as it happened before in a similar meeting […] Continue reading

US People Slam Reduction of Diplomats in Havana

Numerous voices in the United States have spoken in the last hours against the decision of the US State Department to reduce the number of diplomats in Cuba after the alleged attacks on personnel of that legation.  “Whoever is doing this is obviously trying to disrupt the normalization process between the United States and Cuba”, […] Continue reading

US Doctor Praises Exchange with Cuba

The health professional highlighted the way in which the Cuban medical system focuses on the human being as the most important thing A visit to Cuba in 2015 and the concern about infant mortality rates in a Chicago community led US doctor Robert A. Winn to become interested in working with Cuban specialists. Press reports […] Continue reading