The First Vice President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Díaz-Canel, arrived on Thursday, March 5, in Caracas, Venezuela, to represent Cuba in the commemoration of the second anniversary of the physical disappearance of Commander Hugo Chavez.
The remains of the ancient coffee plantation St. Paulina, built in the nineteenth century by French colonists, were found by specialists in archeology from the Office of the Curator of the city (OCC by its Spanish acronym), in the rural community of San Felipe.
As 2015 begins with a rapid increase in the amount of visitors to the island, Cuba demonstrated its development in the tourism industry in important Fairs in Europe with challenges to the growing number of vacationers to the Caribbean destination.
Representatives of different Cuban public entities have been attending a seminar headed by Britain expert and researcher Matthew Cox in Havana.
At 3:03 am on Sunday, March 1st, the Network Stations of the Cuban National Seismological Service recorded a perceptible earthquake at coordinates 21.28 north latitude and 77.52 west longitude, approximately at 12.0 Km northwest of Sibanicú, in Camaguey Province, with a depth of 10.0 km and a magnitude of 3.8 on the Richter scale.
Salvador Valdés Mesa, Cuban Vice President of the State Council, received on Sunday afternoon at Erastus Okundi Mwencha, African Union (AU) Commission deputy chairperson.
Cuban media outlets highlighted the presence of Cuban President Raul Castro in Uruguay, where he arrived on Saturday to attend the inauguration of Tabare Vazquez, who for the second occasion will assume the country’s presidency after winning general elections in November as candidate of Frente Amplio.