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Cuba reiterates its support to eradication of nuclear weapons

Cuba’s ambassador to Mexico, Pedro Nunez Mosquera said on Wednesday that he is proud of belonging to the first densely populated region in the world declared Free Zone of Nuclear Weapons, reported Cubaminrex website. Read More

Doctors that left Cuba can return to their former jobs

The Ministry of Public Health of Cuba issued a release stating the decision to reinstate to their positions those doctors that left their collaboration missions in other countries and wish to return to Cuba. Read More


Mexico deports tens of undocumented Cubans who headed for US

Mexican authorities over the weekend returned to Cuba a first group of 91 undocumented Cuban citizens, following the dropping on January 12 by Barack Obama of the dry-feet wet-feet policy, which allowed Cuban nationals into American territory if they arrived in US land either through land or sea. Read More

Cuban university cooperates with Polish and US counterparts

Universities from Poland and the United States began this year for the first time academic collaboration with the Higher Education Center in Holguín, in northern eastern Cuba. Read More

Cuba and Hungary to sign sports agreement

A cooperation agreement between Cuba and Hungary will be signed today as part of the visit of Dr. Tunde Szabo, Secretary of State for Sports of that European nation. Read More

President of Belarus Unions Federation visits Cuba

The president of Belarus’ Unions Federation Mikhail Sergeyevich is visiting Cuba at the invitation of the local Workers’ Confederation (CTC). Read More

Cuba condemns in UN politicization of the Syrian conflict

Cuba condemned the politicization of the Syrian conflict in the United Nations Security Council and reiterated that the solution of the crisis can only be achieved through respect for sovereignty and self-determination. Read More

Washington and Havana to advance national security cooperation

The governments of Cuba and the United States signed Monday in Havana a memo of understanding to advance cooperation in law enforcement, which will further promote and expand bilateral links in important areas of national security for both nations. Read More

Q&A on new US-Cuba migration agreement

The Joint Statement, signed in Havana by the Cuban and US governments last January 12 changes, for the first time in five decades the political and antagonist nature of the bilateral migration relationship. Read More

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