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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

News / Cuba


  • Cuban economy shows sign of vitality in first semester, despite tensions

    Cuban economy shows sign of vitality in first semester, despite tensions

    Havana, June 21 (RHC)-- The performance of the Cuban economy during the first half of the year has been marked by tense moments, however there are signs of vitality that allow for a foreseeable growth at the end of the year.

  • Cuban lawmakers evaluate draft of new Electoral Law

    Cuban lawmakers evaluate draft of new Electoral Law

    Havana, June 20 (RHC)-- The Cuban Parliament held a meeting on Wednesday for the introduction of the draft of the new Electoral Law, which will be discussed by lawmakers and legal experts island wide before its approval.

  • Cuba reiterates its commitment to protection of workers rights at ILO Conference

    Cuba reiterates its commitment to protection of workers rights at ILO Conference

    Geneva, June 19 (RHC)-- Cuba´s first vice president Salvador Valdes Mesa is in Geneva to attend the high level segment of the 108th Conference of the International Labor Organization (ILO).

  • Cuban-private sector says the US will not push the island into submission

    Cuban-private sector says the US will not push the island into submission

    Havana, June 17 (RHC)-- The restrictions imposed by the Trump Administration on Cuba are having a negative impact on the non-state sector of Cuba.

  • The Helms-Burton Act constitutes a direct attack on Cuba’s sovereignty

    The Helms-Burton Act constitutes a direct attack on Cuba’s sovereignty

    Since 1996, the Helms-Burton Act codifies the blockade against Cuba and strengthens its international scope. That was on 12 March 1996, when the US President William Clinton signedthe Public Act No. 104-114, “Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity (LIBERTAD) Act of 1996”, commonly known as the Helms-Burton Act because of the names of their Republican sponsors North Carolina Senator Jesse Helms and Indiana Representative Dan Burton.

  • Cuba´s First VP starts African tour

    Cuba´s First VP starts African tour

    Havana, May 23.- The First Vice-President of the Councils of States and Ministers, Salvador Valdés Mesa, begins this Wednesday a visit to South Africa, where he will take part in the inauguration of the President, Cyril Ramaphosa, and carry out other activities.

  • Cuban VP received a delegation from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea

    Cuban VP received a delegation from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea

    Havana, May 23.- Roberto Morales Ojeda, member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba and Vice President of the Councils of State and Ministers, received on Wednesday comrade Ri Su Yong, Vice President of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea (PTC) and member of the State Committee of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), as well as the party and government delegation that accompanies him on his working visit to Cuba.

  • Panama recognized that the seized drugs are not attributable to Cuba

    Panama recognized that the seized drugs are not attributable to Cuba

    Havana, May 23.- The Ministry of Security of Panama recognized that the drugs seized in its country are not attributable to Cuba, which also dismantles another media onslaught against the island.

  • Cuba and Lithuania strengthen their relations

    Cuba and Lithuania strengthen their relations

    Havana, May 22.- The First Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Marcelino Medina González, and the Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania, Neris Germanas, presided over the first official Interchancellery talks that are held between the two countries, within the framework of the working visit carried out by the Cuban diplomat to this nation.

  • New lawsuit against Cuban companies under Helms-Burton

    New lawsuit against Cuban companies under Helms-Burton

    Havana, May 22.- A new lawsuit was filed in Miami, Florida, against several Cuban tourism companies under Title III of the controversial Helms-Burton Act, activated by the current U.S. government as part of its policy toward the island.