Nairobi, Mar 20.- The secretary of the Kenya Health Ministry, Sicilia Kariuki, today defended the hiring of Cuban doctors, alleging that they are specialists necessary in several branches.
The Hague, Netherlands, Mar 20.- The first phase of the Bolivian presentation on maritime demand culminated here today with the evidence on Chile's recognition of negotiating the request for an access to the Pacific Ocean.
Caracas, Mar 16.- Venezuelans will use a tactile membrane or digital card in the elections of next May 20, informed the main rector of the National Electoral Council (CNE in Spanish), Tania D'Amelio.
La Paz, March 15.- Bolivian current president, Alvaro Garcia Linera, reiterated today that the Government will enforce the equality of rights among citizens, as well as condemn any type of expression of racism or discrimination.
Quito, Mar 13.- Ecuador and Chile are looking forward to advancing in their commercial and economic relations, alongside social projects and regional integration, said on Monday the Ecuadorian Foreign Affairs Ministry.
By Fausto Triana
Santiago de Chile, Mar 9.- Without any fuss, several dynamic economies of Southeast Asia were enthusiastic with the signing of the so-called TPP-11, while three actors of Latin America: Mexico, Peru and Chile felt as if they had joined the big leagues.
Addis Abeba, March 7.- The visit of Secretary of State of the U.S., Rex Tillerson, to Ethiopia as of today will center in Washington's interest as to how benefit economically from this nation, according to local analysts.
Damascus, Mar 7.- The Speaker of Syrian People's Assembly, Hammouda Sabbagh, highlighted the deep and solid historical ties that unite the peoples of Syria and Cuba, and advocated for further strengthening bilateral relations, government sources informed today.
Caracas, Mar 6.- The economic issue is today the priority for the countries of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-Trade Treaty of the Peoples (ALBA-TCP), stressed president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro.