Given recent destabilization efforts undertaken by sectors of the Ecuadoran oligarchy, the Revolutionary Government of the Republic of Cuba expresses its firm, unconditional solidarity and support to the sister people of Ecuador, to the government of the Citizens’ Revolution, and its leader, compañero Rafael Correa Delgado
The official acknowledged that relations can be improved, if both parts work to do so.
The death of Juan Formell, a legend of Cuban music, was reported on national television Thursday evening
Cuba’s most popular winter beach resort
Construction on Sancti Spíritus’ first ultra-modern solar park is currently underway
June 10, the Chilean government definitively rejected the controversial HidroAysén project, which proposed to construct five hydroelectric power plants in the country’s southern region. The decision comes after years of struggle by environmental groups and communities affected, who warned the world of the project’s destructive consequences for Patagonia.
President Raúl Castro expressed in a statement that Latin America has not been the same for many decades, since socio-political and economic change has been made, as the process of integration continues to advance
From Santiago de Cuba’s Cathedral, the Pontiff thanks Cuban men and women for their welcome during his apostolic visit
An oil industry executive, a fugitive banker, a former opposition deputy and governor, plus a daughter of the old Venezuelan business oligarchy, have at least two things in common. They were part of the 4th Republic’s corrupt economic elite, and involved in recently revealed plans to assassinate the country’s President and carry out a coup d’état.
Poignant and enthusiastically pro-Latin America was the march which passed through the streets of Havana on Monday, July 28, launching Cuban youth’s tribute to two giants of history, revolutionary brothers Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías and Fidel Castro Ruz, on the anniversary of the Venezuelan leader’s birth.