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Comments on the situation in Cuba and Venezuela are requested to Almagro

Luis Almagro, General Secretary of the Organization of American States, today received requests for comments on the situation in Cuba and Venezuela in a day of dialogue with civil society where there was also a tense debate about the progressive agenda driven by Uruguay. Read More

The training ship Guayas, from Ecuador, arrived in Havana

Guayas training ship of the Navy of the Republic of Ecuador arrived today in the morning at the port of Havana on an official visit Read More

Salvadoran foreign minister in Cuba to prepare for president's trip

<div align="justify"> HAVANA, Jul. 9, 2010 (Xinhua News Agency) -- Salvadoran Foreign Minister Hugo Martinez held talks with his Cuban counterpart Bruno Rodriguez on Friday to prepare for the first trip by President Mauricio Funes to the Caribbean island nation.<br /> </div> Read More

LatAm, Carib Foreign Ministers for Regional Unity

<div align="justify"> Caracas, Jul 4 (Prensa Latina) Foreign ministers from Latin America and the Caribbean agreed to create a unified forum to perform in Caracas until the July 5, 2011 regional summit, President Hugo Chavez stated. </div> Read More

ALBA Members Agree to Create Permanent Commission

<div align="justify"> HAVANA, Cuba, Jun 25 (acn) Participants in the 10th Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) agreed to create a Permanent Commission of the organization.<br /> </div> Read More

Nicaragua, Cuba to Boost Multidestination Tourism

Nicaraguan Tourism Minister Mario Salinas encouraged Cuba to promote joint bi-national multidestination packages within the 2010-2020 National Development Policy (NDP). Read More

FAO Considers LatAm Agriculture as Strategic

Agriculture is an activity of strategic importance to the economic and social development of Latin America and the Caribbean, said on Wednesday Director General of FAO, Jacques Diouf.<br /> Read More

Latin American School of Medicine enrollment in Cuba reaches 10,000

The Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM) in Cuba is now 10 years old, and has an enrollment of 10,000 students from dozens of countries, who are studying to be doctors without any cost for their families.<br /> Read More

Salvadoran Foreign Minister Stresses the value of Cuban solidarity

Cuba's solidarity with the Latin American and Caribbean peoples in the preparation of physicians, was highlighted this Friday in Havana. Read More

Salvadoran FM Describes Visit to Cuba as Historic

Salvadoran Foreign Minister Hugo Martinez Bonilla, who is in Havana on an official visit at the invitation of his counterpart Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, described this visit as a historic moment in the bilateral relationship between Cuba and El Salvador.<br /> Read More

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