- Ban Ki-Moon Meets with Cuban Foreign Minister
- Cuban vice-president Winds up Visit to Vietnam
- National Baseball Series Begins in Cuba, Matanzas wins Opener
- Cuba: Labiofam Congress Highlights Campaign to Eradicate Malaria in West Africa
- Tour Agencies Sign Contracts with Private Rent Houses in Eastern Cuba
Experts from over 20 countries of the world are gathering at Havana's Conventions Center on Monday for the 2014 International Congress of Cuba's Labiofam Entrepreneurial Group, which will present its most recent experiences in the production of pharmaceuticals for humans and veterinary use.
Cuba's Deputy Foreign Minister Abelardo Moreno addressed participants in the emergency session of the UN Security Council to analyze the international struggle against the Ebola fever virus epidemics, in which he ratified Cuba's position of contributing with health professionals to fight the epidemics as well as the island's solidarity with African peoples.
Cuba´s permanent representative at the United Nations in Geneva, Anayansi Rodriguez, reiterated her country's support to a peaceful solution to the crisis in Syria through dialogue.
Laos´ President Choummaly Sayasone thanked Cuba for its support of his nation economic development and national independence struggle, during a meeting with Lazara Mercedes Lopez, member of the Cuban Communist Party´s Political Bureau, who paid a working visit to that country this week.
Data published on Thursday by the Cubahora digital magazine evidence the importance of the Cuba-Vietnam cooperation project signed in 2002 for the replacement of rice imports on the island.
Marcela Suanzo, regional director for Latin America and the Caribbean of the United Nations Population Fund (UNPF), asserted on Tuesday that over half a century ago Cuba began to meet the agreements adopted at the International Population and Development Conference.
Members of the agriculture and food business community agreed to form a coalition to overcome commercial obstacles between the United States and Cuba, an expression of today's increasing rejection of the blockade against the Caribbean island.