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Venezuela prepares to defend itself against U.S. aggression

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro invited the whole world to participate in a “day of solidarity and support for Venezuela, peace, sovereignty; and day of dialogue, peace and sovereignty with the Venezuelan people, to be held this coming September 16 and 17”

Like a seed, the legacy of Fidel and Chávez continues to sprout

The message from the Summit was clear: Our America has waited 200 years for its true integration and independence and if this is to be achieved we must continue to advance along the path traveled over recent decades

ECLAC: Blockade impedes economic growth in Cuba

Despite the easing of restrictions in some areas, “The truth is that the blockade continues to increase costs,” according to the organization’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena.

Raúl: We came to fulfill the mandate of Martí with the freedom won by our own hands

Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, President of the Councils of State and Ministers thanked the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean for their solidarity, enabling Cuba to participate equally in this hemispheric forum, as well as the President of the Republic of Panama for the invitation to attend

Cuba arrived 20 years ago to support Guatemala

The country has made available to the Guatemalan government all medical brigades currently working in 16 of the nation’s 22 departments, as they have for the last two decades

Cuba committed to FAO plans and goals

Cuba ratified its commitment to the implementation of the Plan for Food Security, Nutrition and Hunger Eradication 2025, during a regional meeting of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) which took place in the Mexican capital

The blockade is a senseless policy, according to former U.S. presidential advisor

“Cuba is not a threat to the national security of the United States, so none of this; the sanctions, the blockade, the embargo, make any sense,” stated Malley in response to a question by Prensa Latina, during a meeting with members of the Foreign Press Association in France