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American telecommunications companies in Cuba

A bill has recently been submitted in the United States Senate that would allow the entry into Cuba of telecommunications companies such as AT&T and Verizon and the provision of telephony and Internet services. Read More

Cuban diplomat in the US visits Virginia and exchanges with entrepreneurs

Juan Lamigueiro, deputy chief of the Cuban Interests Section in Washington D.C., spoke at the 95th annual session of the Maritime Association of Virginia, and toured on Friday the economic facilities linked to port operations in this historic American state. Read More

Cuban government expects normalization with US will take a "long time"

Marcelino Medina, Cuba’s First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs predicted on Monday that the process of full normalization between his country and the United States will take "a long time". Read More

Cuba -US: Appropriate context to advance to the restoration of relations, Foreign Ministry says.

On Thursday May 21, as it was announced, it will take place in Washington the third round of talks between Cuba and the United States on the restoration of diplomatic relations and the opening of embassies. Read More

Regatta between Cuba and the United States in the Havana seawall promenade

Athletes from Cuba and the United States star today in the waters of Havana seawall promenade, a race with more symbolic than competitive value, since it is the first after the announcement of the intention of both governments to restore diplomatic relations. Read More

Minnesota Orchestra say goodbye with tribute to Cuban music

Minnesota Symphony Orchestra said goodbye on Saturday in Havana with a concert in which it paid tribute to Cuban music, which began with the execution of the anthems of Cuba and the United States. Read More

Sailboats revive the Florida Straits between Cuba and the US

After 15 years, the waters separating Cuba and the United States returned to fraternize in the event 'Havana Challenge', organized by the Yacht Club of Cuba, the Key West Yacht Club and the Key West Sailing Center. Read More

Minnesota Orchestra visits National School of Music in Cuba

Minnesota Symphony Orchestra, the first great American musical group to reach Cuba after the announcement of the re-establishment of relations between Cuba and the US, today toured the National School of Music, as part of its five days agenda in Havana. Read More

Cuba and the United States to re-negotiate the opening of embassies on May 21

The new round of talks "about the process of restoration of diplomatic relations and the opening of embassies" will take place in Washington on Thursday next week, said the Cuban Foreign Ministry in a statement. Read More

Cuba recognizes it has no infrastructure for US tourists wave.

The head of the US Interests Section of Cuba in Washington, Jose Ramon Cabañas, gave on Tuesday May 12 a lecture entitled "Winds of Change in Havana and Washington" at New College of Florida in Sarasota, south of Tampa, to a hundred businessmen, officials, politicians and religious persons. Read More

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