Paris, Oct 15. -The France-Caribbean Inter-Parliamentary Friendship Group in the Senate sent a letter to the President of the Senate and Deputy President of the United States, Mike Pence, to demand the end of the U.S. blockade against Cuba, diplomatic sources reported on Monday.
Panama, Oct 12. -Panama will extend as of Friday to five years the duration of stamped visas, for multiple entries and exits, to citizens from Cuba, China, Dominican Republic, India and Venezuela, according to executive decree.
Paris, Oct 11. -Cuba presided the meeting of National Commissions of UNESCO held within the framework of the 205 Executive Council of that organization of the United Nations, diplomatic sources reported today.
By Hector Miranda
Malabo, Oct 11. -Cuban Deputy President Roberto Morales Ojeda and State Minister of Health and Social Welfare of Equatorial Guinea, Salomon Nguema, agreed on Thursday on the importance of strengthening cooperation between both countries, which began more than four decades ago.
La Paz, Oct 10. - Bolivian President Evo Morales will lead a march by major social organizations in Sucre, department of Chuquisaca, to commemorate Democracy Day in Bolivia.
Brasilia, Oct 9. -In Brazil, Sunday's voting results have ensured a second round in the presidential elections, with former candidates beginning to join the left and progressive forces around Fernando Haddad of the Worker's Party, PT.
United Nations, Oct 9. –Cuba’s permanent representative to the UN, Anayansi Rodríguez, highlighted on Monday the need to change the current international order, unjust and profoundly unequal, and to respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of states.
Paris, Oct 8. -The French Coordinator of Solidarity with Cuba claimed the end of the blockade of the United States against that Caribbean nation, which for more than 50 years affects all social sectors and stops their economic development.
Beijing, Oct 8. -China demanded that the United States immediately stop criticizing and accusing Beijing, and emphasized that those criticisms are a direct attack on mutual trust and shadow bilateral ties.
Bogotá, Oct 6. -The President of Colombia’s Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP), Patricia Linares, has condemned the General Attorney’s Office “meddling” in cases related to kidnappings by the former Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).