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Miguel Díaz-Canel receives ECLAC Executive Secretary

During the friendly meeting, the two addressed issues relating to the updating of the Cuban economic model. They also agreed on the common will to further cooperative ties between Cuba and ECLAC

Cuban Interests Section in Washington issues press release

Since February 2014, despite repeated efforts, the Cuban Interest Section in Washington has not yet been able to identify a banking institution willing to assume needed banking operations

Cuban agriculture: Toward greater efficiency and production

Reforms to the agriculture sector began with the liquidation or merging of 23 entities which have failed to make a profit for three or more years, with no possibility of recovery. The sector has seen a significant reduction in losses and increased earnings

First Vice President meets with senior UN official

Yesterday, October 6, Miguel Díaz-Canel, received Helen Clark, administrator of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), on a work visit to the island

EXPERTS MEET IN HAVANA

Better prepared to confront Ebola

October 29-30, some 278 specialists and authorities from 34 countries met in Havana to discuss technical issues related to the prevention and treatment of Ebola.

Irish journalist Bernie Dwyer, long-time friend of Cuba, remembered

A group of Bernie Dwyer’s friends and family members cast her ashes into the sea off the rocky Havana waterfront, as she had requested. The longtime journalist at Radio Habana Cuba and documentary filmmaker had worked tirelessly for the release of the Cuban Five until the final days of her life. She died July 10, 2013 in Dublin

Voting is a tribute to our history

Mercedes López Acea, first secretary of the Communist Party in Havana and member of its Political Bureau, as well as a Council of State vice president, said today that voting for delegates to Municipal Assemblies of People’s Power safeguards the rights of Cubans and validates the country’s participative democracy.