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Cuba and the Dominican Republic share longstanding ties of friendship

The fraternal ties shared by Cuba and the Dominican Republic will continue to grow stronger, the country's ambassador in Havana Joaquín Gerónimo Berroa said, upon inaugurating a week dedicated to his country's culture at the end of February

Strong relations between Cuba and Malaysia highlighted

The Ambassador of Malaysia to Cuba, Khairi Omar, in an interview with Granma International on the occasion of celebrations to mark the 60th anniversary of his country’s independence in Havana, described the ties between the two countries as excellent

Venezuelans express support for their Revolution

Venezuelan diplomats and students condemned acts of aggression by the United States to overthrow Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and expressed their support for the upcoming national elections on May 2

A true friend

Camila Perassolo, from Argentina spoke to Granma International about her recent visit to the island, as a member of the 2017 South American Solidarity with Cuba brigade, to learn about the history and reality of the country, support agricultural work, and participate in other tasks of economic and social importance

South American brigadistas express their admiration for Cuba

The 24th South American Solidarity with Cuba Brigade, which for the last 10 years has been traveling to the country, is visiting the island (January 23-February 4), to learn about Cuba's reality and strengthen ties of friendship

Two peoples united by fraternity and solidarity

On March 8, 1966, a Puerto Rican mission was inaugurated in Havana by the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz, and Puerto Rican independence activist, Juan Mari Bras. The mission works to demand the decolonization of the Caribbean nation, as well as an end to the U.S. blockade of Cuba

Cuba and Puerto Rico: Two sister nations (+Photos)

The nations of Cuba and Puerto Rico are united by genuine ties of friendship. An example of these fraternal relations is found in Puerto Rico’s Cuba Solidarity Committee, convened every year by the Juan Rius Rivera Voluntary Work Brigade in an attempt to bring the two peoples closer together