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U.S. to Leave UNESCO Next Year

The official withdrawal of the North American nation will be effective December 31 of 2018, the State Department indicated The United States has made the decision to leave the United Nations Organization for Education, Science, and Culture (UNESCO), as a result of the institution’s anti-Israel bias, according to the State Department. The country’s official withdrawal […] Continue reading

Dmitri Peskov: US Sanctions Myopic and Illegitimate

Russian Press Secretary, Dmitri Peskov, has termed the US sanctions policy against his country as ”myopic, illegitimate and with no perspectives” and reiterated the principle of defense of Russian national interests Speaking to the press, Dmitri Peskov denounced the illegality of the US actions, as well as its negative after-effects for Russia and other nations. […] Continue reading

US Sanctions on Venezuelan President Violate International Law

Cuba denounces the implementation of a well planned international operation, directed from Washington with the support of the OAS General Secretary This Sunday, July 30, 2017, during elections for the National Constituent Assembly in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, the Venezuelan people demonstrated to the world that they are in full possession of their sovereign […] Continue reading

US Against Chemical Attack Investigation, Syrian President Says

Bashar al-Assad told Russia’s Sputnik News that Syria had formally requested inquiries on an alleged chemical attack on a town in Idleb province The United States has blocked the requested inquiries on an alleged chemical attack on a town in Idleb province, President Bashar al-Assad said in an interview with Russia’s Sputnik News. ‘We formally […] Continue reading

U.S. Government Launches Cruise Missiles on Syria

The United States launched some 50 cruise missiles on Syrian military installations, international media reported in the early hours of Friday, April 7 Launched from a naval base in the Mediterranean Sea, according to teleSUR, the missiles struck at multiple sites, including an air base near Homs. El País, which also reported the news, said […] Continue reading

Cuba President Raúl Castro Meets with Delegation from U.S. Congress

During the meeting held February 21, Raul Castro and the congressmen discussed issues of interest to Cuba and the United States Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, president of the Councils of State and Ministers, received in Havana a delegation from the United States Congress, led by Democrat Senator from Vermont, Patrick Leahy, and Republican Senator […] Continue reading

Cuban Entrepreneurs Visit the U.S.A. for Business Discussions

One of the main goals of the visit is to promote the potentialities of Cuba’s maritime-port sector, particularly the new deep-water port in the Mariel Special Development Zone A delegation of Cuban entrepreneurs will start a visit to the United States on Saturday until February 3 to discuss business opportunities and foreign investment in the […] Continue reading

Cuba-USA Sign Agreement on Search and Rescue

Cuba and the USA signed a Maritime-Aeronautical Search and Rescue Agreement, so as to strengthen the cooperation for aiding people in danger The signing of this agreement, which includes the coordinated steps by both nations, was in charge of the Chargé d’Affaires of the US Embassy to Havana Jeffrey DeLaurentis; and his Cuban counterpart the […] Continue reading

Cuba-USA Sign Agreement on Search and Rescue

Cuba and the USA signed a Maritime-Aeronautical Search and Rescue Agreement, so as to strengthen the cooperation for aiding people in danger The signing of this agreement, which includes the coordinated steps by both nations, was in charge of the Chargé d’Affaires of the US Embassy to Havana Jeffrey DeLaurentis; and his Cuban counterpart the […] Continue reading

Cuban First Vice President Meets with New York Governor

Cuban First Vice President Miguel Diaz-Canel welcomed today the Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, who is heading a New Yorker trade delegation that is visiting this country. During the meeting, Diaz-Canel and Cuomo talked about the process to update the Cuban economic system, the relations between Cuba and the United States and the prospects […] Continue reading

Panamanian Citizens Denounce Plot against Cuba, Venezuela

Panamanian social organizations denounced today that Venezuelan and Cuban counterrevolutionaries aim to use the Panamanian nation as a platform to plot against those nations during the 7th Summit of the Americas. During an open letter sent to Foreign Minister Isabel de Saint Malo, members from 15 union, student, grass-roots and solidarity groups expressed their deep […] Continue reading

Cuba, USA to Discuss Human Rights in Washington

Delegations from Cuba and the United States are preparing conditions today for the holding here tomorrow of an unprecedented dialogue on human rights, framed in the rapprochement process announced on December 17 by Presidents Raul Castro and Barack Obama. Although many issues are in the agenda parallel to steps to normalize diplomatic relations and open […] Continue reading

Cuba, US Delegations Exchange on Telecommunications

A US government delegation, headed by Ambassador Daniel Sepulveda, deputy assistant secretary of state and coordinator for International Communications and Policy Information of the United States, is in Cuba to exchange with the island’s authorities on telecommunication topics. The delegation arrived on March 24 for three days and includes officials from the Departments of State […] Continue reading

Venezuela to Tackle US Interference at Inter-Parliamentary Meeting

Venezuelan deputies attending the 132 Inter Parliamentarian Union (IPU) Assembly in Hanoi will talk on the attacks of the United States government against this country, according to the site of the National Assembly. The event to be held in Vietnam, from March 28th to April 1st, will be attended by Dario Vivas, Adel El Zabayar, […] Continue reading

Cuban Female Athletes to Compete in Judo Team Event in USA

The Cuban women’s judo team travelled to the United States to participate in a team tournament organized in the city of New York from Marcht 25th to 31st. The team, directed by Professor Ronaldo Veitia, is led by Olympic and world medalist Yanet Bermoy (52 kilograms), the Olympic silver medalist in Beijing 2008Yalennis Castillo (78), […] Continue reading

US Agriculture Organization Looks for Business Opportunities in Cuba

Representatives of the main US agricultural organization explore the opportunities Cuba offers in agribusiness, with the purpose of establishing bilateral commercial exchanges. The delegation, on a visit to the island since Sunday, is composed of 95 representatives of the la U.S. Agriculture Coalition for Cuba (USACC), created after the announcement made by Presidents Raul Castro […] Continue reading

Cuba-U.S. Technical Meetings to Start Next Week

Civil Aviation and the smuggling of persons will be the issues to be approached next week at expert level next week by Cuba and the United States, as was announced Friday at the end of the second round of talks for the reestablishment of diplomatic relations.   The meetings on issues of mutual interest are […] Continue reading

Josefina Vidal: Many Opportunities for Cooperation between Cuba and USA

Cuba and the United States have many opportunities to profit mutually from, a scenario ratified by the approach they have had in recent years and meetings to come between experts, said Cuban diplomat, Josefina Vidal. According to Director General for the United States at the Cuban Foreign Ministry, the geographic proximity and the vision in […] Continue reading

Cuba Issues Statement on Migratory Talks with the US

At the end of the 28th round of US-Cuba migratory talks, the Cuban delegation issued a press release that it reproduced as follows: PRESS RELEASE OF THE CUBAN DELEGATION TO THE ROUND OF MIGRATION TALKS BETWEEN CUBA AND THE UNITED STATES. HAVANA, JANUARY 21, 2015. On January 21, 2015, a new round of migration talks […] Continue reading

Cuba and US Discuss Re-establishment of Diplomatic Relations

Cuba and the United States began today in Havana the second day of talks with a meeting focused on the restoration of diplomatic relations, the opening of embassies, and other issues of bilateral interest. This meeting, running at the Havana’s Conference Center, is the result of the statements made by the presidents from both countries […] Continue reading

New US Trade Relations with Cuba Starts Friday

The US Treasury Department announced modifications to the limitations to trade with Cuba and the restrictions to travel to the island for US citizens. The new modifications will be put in force starting this Friday, and include some categories, which will benefit people included in them. The people included in those cases will be able […] Continue reading

World Cruise Companies Plan to Come to Cuba

The recent announcement by Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro to reestablish diplomatic relations after over a 50 year freeze has sparked expectations among the world’s major cruise companies. An article on the UK-based Telegraph.com reads that “the US government’s historic agreement to end more than 50 years of diplomatic freeze between the two countries […] Continue reading

US Praises Cuba Fight against Drug Trafficking

US officials acknowledged the prestige of Cuba in the fight against drug trafficking and they insisted in the need to expand cooperation accords between Washington and Havana, said the Washington Post. Former director for international operations with the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Mike Vigil said that Washington must work jointly with Cuba to increase […] Continue reading

Five More Prisoners Transferred from US Military Jail in Guantanamo Bay

The strategy of President Barack Obama aimed at closing the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, appears to be moving forward after the transfer of five detainees to Kazakhstan. The Department of Defense informed on the transfer to that Asian country of three Yemenis and two Tunisians, reaching to 28 the number of prisoners […] Continue reading

Raul Castro: Cuba Won’t Give up Ideals

Raul Castro said that in the new stage of relations with the United States, Cuba will not give up the ideas for which its people have fought for over a century, shed blood and run the greatest risk. He also reiterated the willingness to have respectful and unconditional dialogue, and stressed that the island is […] Continue reading

US Citizens Support Reestablishment of Relations with Cuba

Numerous shows of US citizens support to the decision of the Presidents of Cuba and the United States to restore diplomatic relations between the two nations have been published in The New York Times. In a letter sent yesterday from Arlington, Virginia, and featured in the Friday edition of the New York newspaper, William Beck, […] Continue reading