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Vietnam donates 5,000 tons of rice to Cuba

The delivery took effect Thursday, and corresponds to the gesture of offering starred in September 2015 by the then president of that country, Truong Tan Sang, within the framework of his visit to the island. Read More

Cuba and Portugal hold exchanges on environmental issues

The governments of Cuba and Portugal agreed in Lisbon on the need to develop joint actions to strengthen exchanges in environmental matters Read More

Cuban and German universities launch joint summer program

The University of Holguin, eastern Cuba, announced the second Summer School, a project to be developed this year by that Cuban institution and its German counterpart Magdeburg-Stendal. Read More

Cuban television reaches US homes

Cuba Max TV is on the air since Thursday, backed with its Sling Internet platform as well. Dish Network is a Spanish-English TV provider in the US market. Read More

Cuban flag flies at half-staff at the Embassy of Cuba in USA for Orlando

Cuban flag flies at half-staff at the Embassy of Cuba in the United States to honor the victims of Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla., considering the worst mass shooting in US history. Read More

Cuba and Vietnam to strengthen relations in construction

Cuban Construction Minister René Mesa and his counterpart Pham Hong Ha in Hanoi discussed the possibility of strengthening the relations in the field of construction, which is of paramount importance to Cuba in order to develop its infrastructure. Read More

Ben Rhodes says that the embargo will be lifted "sooner than people think"

Ben Rhodes, deputy national security adviser of President Barack Obama said at a forum on "cultural diplomacy" with Cuba held on Thursday June 9 at the Meridian International Center in Washington DC, that reopening of relations with Cuba is "irreversible”. Read More

Cuba and the US hold talks on terrorism in Havana

Cuban and US authorities held a technical meeting on June 8 on the prevention and fight of terrorism, aimed at exchanging on possible cooperation on this issue. Read More

Governor of Missouri: the embargo is a difficulty to establish solid business

Jeremiah W. Nixon, governor of the US state of Missouri, acknowledged that the persistence of the embargo imposed by the United States on Cuba is a difficulty to establish solid business. Read More

Cuba and Belgium ratify willingness to expand bilateral ties

Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Kingdom of Belgium, confirmed yesterday in Havana the strong and sincere friendship existing between his country and Cuba, and the possibility of extending cooperation to benefit both peoples. Read More

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