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Sunday, September 19, 2021

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  • How will the school year be resumed for General Education?

    How will the school year be resumed for General Education?

    Havana, Sep 3.- As of September 6, the Early Childhood, Primary, Basic Secondary and Special Education levels will have television spaces designed for the restart of the 2020-2021 academic year. According to Ena Elsa Velázquez Cobiella, Minister of Education, students will develop face-to-face teaching activities, as soon as they are vaccinated.

  • Díaz- Canel toured productive sites in Mayabeque

    Díaz- Canel toured productive sites in Mayabeque

    Havana, Sep 3 - The heart of the Gamarra productive center, in the vicinity of Güines and San José de las Lajas, is part of the 200 hectares of land cleared here last year based on heavy equipment and lots of work.

  • Resumption of the school year for Higher Education today on Mesa Redonda

    Resumption of the school year for Higher Education today on Mesa Redonda

    Havana, Sep 2.- The Minister of Higher Education (MES), José Ramón Saborido Loidi and directors of the MES will appear this Thursday on Mesa Redonda to speak in detail about the resumption of the school year for Higher Education.

  • Díaz- Canel ratifies will to promote bilateral ties with Vietnam

    Díaz- Canel ratifies will to promote bilateral ties with Vietnam

    Havana, Sep 2.- The President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz- Canel Bermúdez, congratulated the people of Vietnam today and reaffirmed the will to promote bilateral ties regarding the Independence Day of the Indochinese nation.

  • Private MSMEs do not mean a regression to capitalism, affirms deputy prime minister of Cuba 

    Private MSMEs do not mean a regression to capitalism, affirms deputy prime minister of Cuba 

    Havana, Sep 1.- Alejandro Gil Fernández, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Planning of Cuba, affirmed that the appearance of private micro, medium and small enterprises (MSMEs) in the country does not mean a regression to capitalism. 

  • Bringing the National Assembly to the neighborhoods

    Bringing the National Assembly to the neighborhoods

    Havana, Sep 1.- Homero Acosta, secretary of the National Assembly of People's Power of Cuba, exchanged today with delegates from the popular council of Colón, from the capital city of Centro Habana.    

  • ​​​​​​​Cuba prioritizes population-related issues

    ​​​​​​​Cuba prioritizes population-related issues

    Havana, Sep 1.- Ambassador Pedro Luis Pedroso, permanent representative of Cuba to the United Nations, stressed that population-related issues are a priority for Cuba, which is reflected in the National Plan for Economic and Social Development until 2030, today publishes the website of the Cuban Foreign Ministry, Cubaminrex.      

  • Opinions and questions about actors of the Cuban economy assessed on Mesa Redonda

    Opinions and questions about actors of the Cuban economy assessed on Mesa Redonda

    Havana, Aug 31.- The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Planning Alejandro Gil Fernández, the Minister of Labor and Social Security Marta Elena Feitó Cabrera, the First Deputy Minister of Finance and Prices Vladimir Regueiro Ale and the Deputy Minister of Economy Johana Odriozola Guitart will appear this Tuesday on Mesa Redonda to answer opinions and questions of the population about the actors of the Cuban economy.

  • Cuba resumes school year through teleclass system 

    Cuba resumes school year through teleclass system 

    The Minister of Education spoke on detail about the vaccionation of students.

    Havana, Aug 31.- As of next September 6, the 2020-2021 school year will be resumed in Cuba, through tv lessons whose content will be informed later on, towards the end of this week, to families, and specially to students.

  • US blockade separates and punishes Cuban families 

    US blockade separates and punishes Cuban families 

    Havana, Aug 31.- Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, affirmed today on Twitter that the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States government on the island persists in separating and punishing families.