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November 4th

Spanish Minister of Economy arrived in Havana

Ricardo Cabrisas, Vice-President of the Cuban Council of Ministers, received Monday afternoon Luis De Guindos Jurado, Minister of Economy of Spain, who is in Cuba on an official visit. Read More

Minister of International Relations of Quebec visits Cuba

Christine St-Pierre, Minister of International Relations and La Francophonie of Quebec, arrived in Havana on a working visit, in the early hours of Monday, November 2. Read More

Cuban gymnastics athlete makes history in Glasgow

Gymnastics athlete Manrique Larduet recorded the best performance ever by a Cuban in a World championship when he won two medals in Glasgow, Scotland. Read More

Cuba and the US sign new telecommunication agreement

ETECSA and Sprint, Cuban and American telecommunication companies, respectively, signed an agreement to provide roaming services directly between Cuba and the US, during the first day of the 2015 Havana International Trade Fair. Read More

International Trade Fair kicks off in Havana

The 33rd Havana International Trade Fair, FIHAV 2015, opened this Monday at its traditional headquarters, the fairground EXPOCUBA. Read More

Prime Minister of Tatarstan arrived in Cuba on Sunday

Ildar Shafkatovich Jalikov, Prime Minister of the Republic of Tatarstan, arrived in Cuba on Sunday on a working visit. Read More

October 30th

Curacao airlines will increase flights to Cuba

Since last July, the company Insel Air International BV operates two direct weekly flights Curacao-Havana (Monday and Friday). Despite the short time that the route has been open, the company will add from November 4 its third weekly flight. Read More

Republicans congresspersons promote the elimination of the Cuban Adjustment Act

Nine Republicans in the House of Representatives today presented the document Ending Special National Origin-Based Programs for Cubans Immigration Act of 2015, a bill to eliminate the Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966 and the policy of "dry feet, wet feet" , reports US News. Read More

Cuban cancer vaccine will be evaluated by the Roswell Park Cancer Institute

The Cimavax vaccine has been investigated in Cuba for 25 years and is available for free for Cuban patients since 2011. It is produced by the Center of Molecular Immunology. Read More

Cuba may acquire commercial satellite services

System Acquisition Regulation DoD removed all restrictions on Cuba for the purchase of equipment for military use from Friday October 30. Read More