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Cuba and the EU hold in Havana the fifth round of talks

The European Union and Cuba are holding in Havana the fifth round of talks September 9 and 10 towards a political and cooperation accord. Read More

Europe receives 700 tons of Cuban pineapple

Cuba exported 700 tons of pineapple to Europe after a harvest of eight months in Ciego de Avila province, this allowed a significant injection of foreign currency into the national economy, state media reported. Read More

New EU-Cuba round from 9 to 10 September in Havana

The European Union (EU) and Cuba will hold the next round of negotiations for an agreement on political dialogue and cooperation the 9th and 10th September in Havana, European sources reported today. Read More

Russia and Cuba ready for cooperation in civil aviation

Russian and Cuban authorities evaluated the current state and prospects of bilateral collaboration in the field of civil aviation during MAKS-2015 International Aerospace Fair, in Zhukovski city, some 30 kilometers from Moscow. Read More

Cuba to present Progress vs. Desertification in Turkey

Cuba will show its progress in the struggle against desertification and drought during an important international meeting to be held on October 12-23 in Ankara, the capital of the Republic of Turkey. Read More

Belgium explores business opportunities in Cuba

A delegation of representatives of twelve companies of Belgium is visiting Cuba, which explores business opportunities and investment to expand trade between the two countries, official media reported today on the island. Read More

Cuban Camagua Folk Company is back from the European Summer Tour

After performing in several European countries since June 23, the Camagua Folk Company, of the eastern Cuban province of Camagüey, returned to the island on Monday, praised by the public and congratulated by personalities attending the shows in which it participated. Read More

English guitarist John McLaughlin wants to play in Cuba

The famous English guitarist John McLaughlin admitted his willingness to play in Cuba, where he was already in 1979, and said he was "very happy" with the US president's efforts to end the "stupid sanctions" against the Caribbean nation. Read More

Swiss Foreign Minister will travel to Havana to US flag-raising

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Switzerland, Didier Burkhalter, whose country represented the interests of the United States and Cuba in decades without diplomatic relations, will travel to Havana to participate in the ceremony of hoisting the American flag in August 14. Read More

Basque companies interested in new Cuban opening

Exporting firms from Gipuzkoa, Basque Spanish province, want to consolidate and expand its sales in Cuba because of the new political and economic opening that the Caribbean country lives since last December 17, reported local daily Diario Vasco. Read More

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