World's Second Oldest Woman Is Cuban

Emilia de la Caridad Quesada ''Mima'', a resident in the Cuban province of Cienfuegos, about 233 kilometers east from this capital, qualifies today as the world''s second oldest woman.

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President Bachelet highlighted cultural ties between Cuba and Chile

The Chilean president, Michelle Bachelet Jeria, recalled in Havana the intense and historical cultural ties between her nation and Cuba, and how the island's artistic manifestations reached that people in the hard years of military dictatorship.

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Cuba and European Union Work in Development Projects

The high-ranking representative of the European Union’s Foreign Policy, Federica Mogherini announced on Thursday in Havana that Cuba and the EU will sign several agreements to finance projects for the development of renewable energies, agriculture and cultural exchange on the island.

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European Union Foreign Policy Chief arrives in Cuba to strengthen relations

High Representative for Foreign Policy of the European Union (EU), Federica Mogherini, starts this Wednesday an official two-day visit to Cuba to strengthen bilateral relations.

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On January first new migratory measures approved in October 2017 came into force and are part of the continuous and irreversible updating process Cuba started 5 years ago.


BioCubaFarma presented a report to one of the commissions of the Cuban Parliament on its management and the deficiencies that still exist in the production of medicines in charge of that business group.


Antonio Rodríguez, vice president of the National Institute of Hydraulic Resources (INRH) reported that 1.6 million Cuban saw their water supply services improved in 2017, and another 168,000 their dwelling´s sewage system.


The Commission on Industry, Construction and Energy of the Cuban Parliament today evaluated as positive results in the implementation of the policy for the prospective development of renewable energy sources and their efficient use in the country.


Cuban deputies of the International Relations Commission analyzed the possible world scenarios until 2023, dominated by the increase in geopolitical struggles and the aggressiveness of the United States, and by the advance of nationalist and xenophobic sentiments in some regions.