Radio Cadena Agramonte
Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Special Coverage


  • Cuban President Met US Senator Robert Corker

    Cuban President Met US Senator Robert Corker

    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.

  • Cuban Draft Constitution Described as Very Advanced in U.S.

    Cuban Draft Constitution Described as Very Advanced in U.S.

    Washington, Sep 18. -Cuba's new draft Constitution is very advanced and the process under way to express criteria on it is very valuable, a Cuban émigré in this capital said.

  • Cuba Criticizes US Stance on Diplomats' Health Incidents

    Cuba Criticizes US Stance on Diplomats' Health Incidents

    Washington, Sep 14. - The United States has a big credibility problem regarding the health incidents reported by its diplomats in Cuba, an official from the Foreign Ministry said here.

  • More Americans in support of expanding agricultural trade with Cuba

    More Americans in support of expanding agricultural trade with Cuba

    Washington, Sep 6. - A bipartisan group of more than 60 agriculture associations, companies and elected officials in 17 U.S. States urged members of Congress to adopt an amendment that would expand the agricultural trade with Cuba.

  • Top US State Officials Visit Cuba to Investigate Alleged 'Attacks'

    Top US State Officials Visit Cuba to Investigate Alleged 'Attacks'

    Havana, July 25.- Officials from the U.S. Department of State are here today to address alleged health incidents claimed by some members of that country's diplomatic mission in Cuba.

  • Díaz-Canel receives US personalities

    Díaz-Canel receives US personalities

    Havana, Jun 4.- The president of the Councils of State and Ministers of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, received the Republican senator, Jeff Flake, and the executive chairman of Google, Eric Emerson Schmidt.

  • Cuba-US Relations, a Step Backward in 2017

    Cuba-US Relations, a Step Backward in 2017

    Havana, Mar 20.- Cuba-United States relations experienced a regression last year after the arrival of President Donald Trump in the White House, the Cuban Foreign Ministry stressed in a summary on foreign policy.

  • U.S. companies insist that Cuba is a safe destination

    U.S. companies insist that Cuba is a safe destination

    Havana, Feb 1.- A group of U.S. tourism companies insisted during a press conference this week in Havana that their country's citizens can continue to visit Cuba, since it is well known as a safe destination, and trips are not prohibited despite the Trump administration's new policies.

  • USA Modifies Recommendations on Travelling to Cuba

    USA Modifies Recommendations on Travelling to Cuba

    Washington, Jan 11.- The U.S. State Department modified yesterday its travel system alert to Cuba to US citizens, at a time when its officials acknowledge the lack of evidence on the alleged sonic incidents that served as a pretext to stop the bilateral approach.

  • Chorus Festival Starts with Tribute to Fidel Castro

    Chorus Festival Starts with Tribute to Fidel Castro

    Santiago de Cuba, Dec 7.- A Cuban anthological piece called ''Juramento'' was sung before the ashes of Fidel Castro in the Cemetery of Santa Ifigenia, to give a start to the 32nd International Chorus Festival.