Havana, Nov 8. -A Cuba-U.S. Conference on Agriculture starts today, a three-day meeting organized by a coalition created in 2015 to promote bilateral links in the sector, despite the adverse scenario that the US blockade on the island represents.
Washington, Nov 5. -Professors and students from three universities in the US state of Oregon showed their interest in learning more about Cuba, getting closer to their reality and developing academic initiatives with colleagues from the island.
By Martha Andres Roman
Minneapolis, Oct 19. -The Annual Conference of the National Network of Solidarity with Cuba (NNOC) will open on Friday with the participation of members of US organizations seeking the normalization of the bilateral relations and the end to the blockade.
Havana, Oct 17. -Miguel Díaz-Canel, president of the Councils of State and Ministers, described as a failed show the most recent anti- Cuban event convened by the United States at United Nations Headquarters (UN).
Havana, Oct 16. -The Cuban turoperator Havanatur and the American transporter company American Airlines agreed a new trade agreement that will facilitate the tourist arrivals to this country, official reports informed.
Washington, Oct 10. -Cuban Ambassador to the United States José Ramón Cabañas met with Virginia Governor Ralph Northam and other officials, with whom he addressed relations between the island and that US state.
New York, Sep 29. -Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel met with renowned arts and culture personalities in the United States, with whom he addressed the importance of building bridges among the peoples in those areas.
New York, Sep 27.-Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel met with US agricultural businessmen today and highlighted how this is one of the sectors the northern nation defends the most regarding the relations with the island.
Havana, Sep 21. -Cuba's President Miguel Díaz-Canel received the head of the Foreign Relations Committee of the US Senate, Robert Corker, who is on a working visit with two of his legislative assistants.