Rodríguez Parrilla insisted that the definitive lifting of the blockade is essential to the normalization of relations, and emphasized that, in the meantime, President Obama can continue using his executive powers to significantly reduce the blockade’s impact.
First Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez is leading Cuba's delegation to the inauguration of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega to take place this afternoon, January 10
The two diplomats met and held a joint press conference at the State Department, following the re-opening of Cuba’s embassy in Washington July 20.
The U.S. State Department notes that for two consecutive years Cuban authorities have reported on efforts undertaken to confront trafficking in persons
Yoandys Lescay qualified for the individual 400 meters semifinals at this summer’s Olympics with a time of 45.00. In the relay, his take-off in motion, along with a blazing performance, to support the team effort, was recorded at 43.60 seconds, the best in Río
FEW days remain until the curtains open on the 22nd Central American and Caribbean Games, taking place in Veracruz, Mexico from November 14-30, where six Cuban athletes, three male and female, will compete in the modern pentathlon.
Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, President of Cuba's Councils of State and Ministers, yesterday June 12, received Jean Asselborn, minister of Foreign and European Affairs, Immigration, and Asylum, for the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, who is making an official visit to the country
The two leaders discussed issues of mutual interest in a fraternal conversation and agreed on the intention to continue strengthening ties between their countries
The Cuban Workers’ Federation and its member unions expressed support for the Statement by the Revolutionary Government following the latest hostility from U.S. President Donald Trump
During the meeting, which took place in a fraternal atmosphere, the two officials discussed the potential to expand and strengthen ties between Cuba and Curacao