Chancellors of Cuba and Canada will speak

Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland is making a working visit to Cuba this Thursday, where she will meet with her Cuban counterpart Bruno Rodriguez.

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To the US Senate law to facilitate agricultural exports to Cuba

US Senators John Boozman and Michael Bennet submitted a draft bill to remove restrictions to private financing for US agricultural exports to Cuba.

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Train Habana- Holguín returns in July

The Havana-Holguín passenger train, which has not run since 2006, will run again in the second half of this year, with departures every three days.

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Proposes Cuba unity, fraternity, solidarity, and peace through Tourism

At a time when attempts are being made to impose isolation and confrontation, we propose unity, fraternity, solidarity, and peace through tourism, said the Cuban Minister of Tourism Manuel Marrero at the opening of the International Tourism Fair, FITCuba 2019.

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Analyze results of the Cuban sugar harvest

The rains that have affected different territories and the continuous breakdowns of the sugar mills that have prolonged, beyond what was expected, the period of execution of the harvest are among the main causes that have influenced the fulfillment of the plan of the current sugar harvest in the country...


Cuban and Kenyan Health Ministers discuss efforts for the return of  kidnapped doctors

Kenyan authorities are making intense efforts, in collaboration with the Cuban government, for the safe return of the two Caribbean doctors kidnapped since last April on the border between Kenya and Somalia.


Cuba reached two million international tourists today

Cuba reached two million visitors today, coinciding with the start of the International Tourism Fair, FITCuba 2019, despite the recurrent defamatory campaigns and the resurgence of the economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed by the United States.


US Gov't New Hostile Measures against Cuba despite Int'l Rejection

The Trump administration is imposing on Thursday another hostile measure against Cuba by applying Title III of the Helms-Burton Law, despite rejection in the US and the international community.


ETECSA offers web hosting services for natural persons

Cuban Telecommunications Company (ETECSA) will start marketing, as of today, the service of hosting of websites for natural people.