A solid friendship

The visit to Cuba of the President of Guinea Bissau, Umaro Sissoco Embaló, was brief but intense because of our solid friendship. The African leader reaffirmed the priority his country gives to the ties with the Caribbean nation, which he described as a sister.... More


Havana, September 10 (RHC)-- It all began with a cigar box, a gift he received from his mother when he was a child. It was an empty box since the adults and friends of the family had already enjoyed the Habanos that filled the case, which came from a remote island in the Caribbean.... More


At the beginning of the year, the Cubacoop association, Cuba Coopération France, set as an objective for these twelve months to reinforce the struggle against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States sixty years ago against the Cuban people.... More


More lies about Cuban medical aid

To speak of USAID, an agency of the U.S. State Department, is to refer to a whole history of actions to subvert the constitutional order in sovereign and independent nations. We are even talking about coups d'état.... More


In 1961, Cuba marked a milestone in Latin America and the Caribbean by becoming the first territory in the region free of illiteracy, a scourge that before the revolutionary triumph of January 1959 affected a large part of its population.... More


Cohiba in its 55th anniversary 

Havana, September 6 (RHC)--With the presentation and tasting of the Cohiba Piramides Extra vitola to the national and international media, the celebration of the 55th anniversary of the Cuban cigars elite brand kicked off in Havana.... More


The United States has failed in its attempts to isolate Cuba. The Caribbean nation has forged, over time, close ties of friendship and cooperation with countries of all latitudes, regardless of geographical distance, language and cultural differences.... More


New economic actors in trade fair

Since last year, new players are present in Cuba's economic scene; they are MSMEs, micro, small and medium-sized enterprises, and non-agricultural cooperatives, which are part of the transformations taking place to boost the country's development.... More


School year resumes in Cuba

Children and young people return today to the classrooms for the continuity of the 2021-2022 school year, which began last March, after having to be readjusted due to the presence of COVID-19 and the adoption of necessary measures to protect the health of all citizens.... More


Sixty-two years ago, Cuba proclaimed before the world its right to sovereignty and independence, given the aggressions and maneuvers of the United States that sought to isolate the triumphant revolution.... More


Sixty-two years ago, the Federation of Cuban Women (FMC) was founded, which for more than six decades has developed an arduous work in favor of the empowerment of this sector of the population and their total reinsertion into society.... More


A radio committed to its time

One hundred years of uninterrupted transmissions today marks the 100th anniversary of Cuban radio, which in all this time has remained in the preference of many, despite the emergence and development of television and more recently of digital platforms.  ... More


More than 3,400 Cubans have died as a result of aggressions by the United States, which for more than sixty years has supported and financed extreme right-wing groups of Cuban origin, a sign that state terrorism is a permanent instrument of Washington's foreign policy.... More


There are many community projects that in recent years have been proliferating throughout Cuba, to provide a different perspective of life to the inhabitants of the various communities, as well as with creativity and commitment to seek solutions to everyday problems.... More


A propitious occasion to continue strengthening Cuba's historic and fraternal ties with the Caribbean has been the celebration in Nassau, the capital of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, of the First Regional Meeting of heads of government, in view of the UN conference on climate change to be held in Egypt next November.... More


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