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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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  • Cuba condemns occupation of Venezuelan embassy in the United States

    Cuba condemns occupation of Venezuelan embassy in the United States

    Havana, May 17.- Bruno Rodriguez, Cuba's Minister of Foreign Affairs condemned the occupation of Venezuela's embassy in Washington, which he described as shameful and illegal.

  • Crew errors, probable cause of 2018 Cuban plane crash

    Crew errors, probable cause of 2018 Cuban plane crash

    Havana, May 18.- Crew actions and miscalculations during the take-off maneuver are the most likely cause of the plane crash of May 18, 2018, when a Boeing-737 from the Mexican company Damojh S.A., chartered by the Cuban Aviation Company, crashed at the José Martí international airport in this capital.

  • Raul Castro received Chinese Admiral Miao Hua

    Raul Castro received Chinese Admiral Miao Hua

    Havana, May 18.- Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, received Admiral Miao Hua, member of the Central Military Commission of the People's Republic of China and director of its Department of Political Work, as well as the delegation that accompanies him, who are making an official visit to our country, invited by the Ministry of the Revolutionary Armed Forces.

  • Ministers of Foreign Affairs from Cuba and Canada to meet in Havana

    Ministers of Foreign Affairs from Cuba and Canada to meet in Havana

    Havana, May 16.- Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland is making a working visit to Cuba this Thursday, where she will meet with her Cuban counterpart Bruno Rodriguez.

  • US Senators submit act to facilitate agricultural exports to Cuba

    US Senators submit act to facilitate agricultural exports to Cuba

    Havana, Cuba, May 16.- US Senators John Boozman and Michael Bennet submitted a draft bill to remove restrictions to private financing for US agricultural exports to Cuba.

  • Statement by CARICOM against new measures by the US government against Cuba

    Statement by CARICOM against new measures by the US government against Cuba

    Havana, May 16.- In response to the recent measures announced by the United States, theTwenty-Second Meeting of the Council for Foreign and Community Relations (COFCOR) of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), agreed to issue a statement, attached to the official Communiqué of the aforementioned meeting (May 13-14 in Grenada), in which it was reiterated the firm support of the CARICOM for the lifting of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States to Cuba.

  • Cuba Thanks International Support against Helms-Burton

    Cuba Thanks International Support against Helms-Burton

    Havana, May 13.- Cuba' Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez has thanked governments and international companies on Monday for their extensive rejection of the Helms-Burton Act.

  • In Cuba We Continue to Open to the World, Diaz-Canel Says

    In Cuba We Continue to Open to the World, Diaz-Canel Says

    Havana, May 13.- President Miguel Diaz-Canel noted that despite the hostility from the government of the United States and its interfering stances to stop Cuba's development, the island bets on strengthening its ties with other countries.

  • Chinese Expert Denounces Extraterritoriality of Helms-Burton Act

    Chinese Expert Denounces Extraterritoriality of Helms-Burton Act

    Beijing, May 13 .- The United States has gone too far in activating the chapter of the controversial Helms-Burton law that, apart from pressuring Cuba, hits the entire international community with its extraterritorial character, denounced Sunday a Chinese academic.

  • Cuba reached two million international tourists today

    Cuba reached two million international tourists today

    Havana, Cuba, May 6.- Cuba reached two million visitors today, coinciding with the start of the International Tourism Fair, FITCuba 2019, despite the recurrent defamatory campaigns and the resurgence of the economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed by the United States.