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ASIA IN 2017

The world looks to the East

The impressive development achieved by the countries of the Asian continent in recent years has resulted in a greater global influence, thus allowing us to envisage a change in the international power balance

Cuba attracts the attention of cruise lines

A bilateral symposium held in the Cuban capital November 28-29 provided the opportunity to exchange experiences and evaluate the development of the cruise industry in Cuba

CUBA-U.S. MIGRATION

Colombia facilitates visa process

Since the most recent unilateral measures were adopted by the U.S. government, consular services available to Cubans have changed significantly

Vietnam and Cuba: Examples of what socialism can achieve

Cuba and Vietnam, separated by thousands of kilometers and with different historical and cultural realities, are examples of the successes of socialism, when it is defended and built with the support of the majority of the people.

CHINA’S BELT AND ROAD FORUM

China fine tuning its cooperation machine

China is currently constructing a new economic belt designed to boost interconnectivity between Asia, Africa, and Europe along the same route traveled over 2,000 years ago by merchants and traders transporting silk from the East to the West

Vietnam donates 5,000 tons of rice to Cuba

Cuban authorities reported that the donation will be directed to increasing subsidized stocks of this important food for the population

China’s largest dam completed

Proposed by Mao Zedong in the 1950s, the Chinese government announced the completion of the mega-structure in September 2016

CUBA - U.S.

Lives waiting for a visa

The suspension of consular services at the U.S. embassy in Havana affects families in both countries, as well as scientific, cultural, and sports collaboration

NEW OPERATIONAL TASK FORCE ON INTERNET IN CUBA

The enemy plan will be defeated with more Cubans defending our reality

The U.S. State Department's creation of a new Internet Task Force is the latest version of those old subversive plans, with antecedents that date back to the very beginning of the Revolution