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The Party Central Committee, meeting in its Fifth Plenum, analyzed important issues related to the updating of Cuba's socio-economic model

Presided by its First Secretary, Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, the Plenum evaluated policies implemented as part of the updating of Cuba's economic and social model; details related to the national housing project were presented; and information provided on studies underway regarding Constitutional reform

Council of Ministers meeting held

Among a variety of issues, four policies and the continuing education plan for 2017-2018 were approved at the meeting held yesterday, March 2

PEACE IN COLOMBIA

A farewell to arms

A historic day in Cartegena • Signatories thank Cuba for its role as guarantor of peace talks

 

COUNCIL OF MINISTERS

Cuban ministers discuss economy

Led by President Raúl Castro Ruz, Cuba's Council of Ministers met yesterday, June 27, and discussed a report presented by Minister of Economy and Planning, Marino Murillo Jorge, on the country's economic performance during the first half of 2016

Army General Raúl Castro receives Díaz-Canel

Last night, the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, welcomed President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez at José Martï International Airport, upon his return from an international tour that included Russia and four Asian countries

Raúl: We will recover

Residents gathered in the streets of Maisí,Guantánamo, welcomed the Cuban President and reiterated their confidence in the Revolution

HURRICANE MATTHEW

Raúl: Preparation essential at this stage

Cuban President visits eastern provinces to review preparations as hurricane approaches eastern provinces

XIII ALBA-TCP SUMMIT

Strengthening our unity

Leaders of delegations attending the Summit emphasized, in all of their remarks, the accomplishments achieved by the alliance during the 10 years of its existence, including Operation Miracle and literacy efforts which have allowed five million citizens to learn to read and write