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May 20th

Havana Club Rum would change its name to enter US market

The restoration of relations between Cuba and the United States and the possibilities of trade between them pose new problems to solve. Precisely for that, the company Havana Club International SA registered in 2011 the brand Havanista and two years later, in 2013, introduced the new product with the authorities of HCI. Read More

Cuba found a bank for its accounts in US

The Interests Section of Cuba in Washington already found a bank, thus overcoming another obstacle to the resumption of bilateral relations with the United States, according to sources from the State Department. Read More

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

US and Cuba to reach agreements on Thursday

United States admitted today that there will not be a "full" normalization of relations with Cuba until the end of the commercial embargo on the island, something that can only be "long-term" resolved, and hoped that the last obstacles to open embassies to be removed during the round of negotiations this week. Read More

May 19th

Pope Francis told Obama that relations with Latin America go through Cuba

Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega y Alamino visited the state of New York to receive a Honoris Causa degree granted by Fordham Jesuit University , on Saturday May 16. The day before the ceremony, the Cuban prelate was interviewed by journalist Charles Rose, in his TV show. 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

Bush accuses Obama of strengthening the regimes of Cuba and Iran

The former governor of Florida Jeb Bush said today that the only two countries that "have improved" with the foreign policy of President Barack Obama have been the regimes of “Cuba and Iran." Read More

Diaz-Canel: relations between Cuba and Angola are excellent

Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermúdez, First Vice President of the Councils of State and Ministers, assessed today as excellent the relations with Angola in his meeting with Manuel Domingos Vicente, vice president of that nation. Read More

Miami would receive Elian Gonzalez "with love", says his uncle Delfin

After the statements of Elian Gonzalez to the American press, where he says he would like to visit the United States, one of the relatives who fought to keep him in Miami says the Cuban-American community would welcome him. Read More