Havana, Jan 13.- Cuban diplomat, Josefina Vidal, has reiterated here Cuba's commitment to ensure the regular, safe and orderly migration of the citizens of the Caribbean country, as well as their right to travel and to emigrate.
Radio Cadena Agramonte reproduces the full text of the joint statement between the governments of the Republic of Cuba and the United States of America, signed in Havana on Thursday, January 12, 2017
This January 12, the White House published a statement by outgoing U.S President Barack Obama on the ending of the so-called “wet-foot/dry foot” policy and the Cuban Medical Professional Parole Program, both of which offer preferential treatment to Cuban migrants, encouraging unsafe and disorderly migration.
Havana, Cuba, Sep 26.- The Mayor of Houston, Texas, Sylvester Turner, arrived Sunday in Cuba heading a 30-member trade mission aimed at exploring opportunities to expand bilateral links following the reestablishment of diplomatic relations between Washington and Havana.
Havana, Cuba, Sep 13.- Government officials from Cuba and the United States met in Washington to hold the first Bilateral Economic Meeting to address commercial, financial and economic issues of common interest.
Havana, Jul 20.- The persistence of the U.S. blockade on Cuba hinders today the progress of the process to normalize bilateral relations, the general director of the United States Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Josefina Vidal, said.
Havana, Cuba, Jul 20.- One year after Washington and Havana reestablished diplomatic relations, high level visits from the two sides are considered to contribute to the normalization of bilateral links broken over 50 years ago.
Washington, Jul 12.- Commissioner for Agriculture in Louisiana Mike Strain heads a commercial delegation that traveled today to Cuba to negotiate a potential export of food to this country.
Washington, 15 jun.- Cuban and U.S. health authorities signed an unprecedented memorandum of understanding earlier this week to cooperate in combating diseases affecting the two neighboring countries and exchange experiences.
Havana, Apr 15.- Between April 18-21 a delegation from the United States President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities will visit Cuba, composed of executives of this Committee and other U.S. institutions, as well as a large group of artists and intellectuals, among other guests.