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Raúl meets Haitian President

Yesterday, May 20, Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, President of the Councils of State and Ministers met with the honorable Michel Joseph Martelly, President of the Republic of Haiti, who made an official visit to the island.

Venezuela reduces extreme poverty

Extreme poverty in Venezuela, measured on the basis of unmet needs, has been steadily reduced from 10.8% in 1999, to 5.5% last year, according to Elías Eljuri, president of the National Statistics Institute (INE) in Caracas.

President of Vietnam arrives in Cuba

On arrival the Vietnamese leader sent greetings to the Cuban people and highlighted the excellent state of relations between the two nations

A brother’s 60th

Six decades ago, in Barinas, Venezuela, one of Latin America and the Caribbean’s most charismatic and intelligent leaders was born: Hugo Chávez Frías.

Presidents Rafael Correa and Dilma Rousseff meet in Quito

Prior to the inauguration of the IV CELAC Summit, this afternoon January 27 in Quito, Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa and his Brazilian counterpart, Dilma Rousseff, met to review bilateral relations

U.S. blockade on Cuba has intensified

Although the United Nations has, over 22 years, continually approved the resolution in opposition to the U.S. blockade imposed on Cuba, it continues and intensifies, despite international commendation, stated Abelardo Moreno, vice minister of Foreign Relations

No-fly zone is prelude to invasion of Syria

Since September 22, U.S. fighter jets have been carrying out missile strikes and drone attacks against targets surrounding Raqqa, a northern Syrian city which serves as the headquarters of the Islamic State. The attacks have not been authorized by the Syrian government or the UN Security Council.