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The UN needs to be reformed, but not unilaterally

Change in the United Nations is imperative to improve effectiveness, eliminate archaic structures, and adapt to a multi-polar 21st century

The IV CELAC Summit begins in Quito

Heads of State and Government of CELAC member countries referred to various issues affecting the region during opening statements at the IV CELAC Summit in Quito

Cuban Medical Brigade in Nepal

One month has past since the devastating April 25 earthquake in Nepal, and two weeks since the powerful May 12 aftershock, the same night Cuba’s Henry Reeve Medical Brigade arrived in the country. Forty-nine Cuban medical professionals are taking on the population’s needs, defying the damage, fear and grief around them.

Evo Morales: “Now is the best time to unite”

Interview with the Bolivian President during his visit to Nicaragua to participate in the Sao Paulo Forum and celebrations marking the 38th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution

UN expert rejects claims of a humanitarian crisis in Venezuela

“I have compared Venezuela’s statistics with those of other countries and there is no humanitarian crisis,” Alfred De Zayas, an independent expert of the United Nations, categorically stated.

Díaz-Canel begins official visit to Japan

The First Vice President of the Councils of State and Ministers of Cuba is accompanied by Deputy Foreign Minister Rogelio Sierra Díaz, and Cuba’s Ambassador to Japan, Marcos Rodríguez Costa

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

The compassionate face of a country

It is possible that our doctors have turned into kinds of Good Samaritans who travel around the world showing, perhaps, the most - compassionate face of our country - although not the only one