Varadero, November 30 (RHC)-- The Prime Minister of Cuba, Manuel Marrero Cruz, congratulated on November 20 the tourism workers in the country, on the occasion of the Tourism Day, after checking sector indicators during the government visit to the western province of Matanzas.... More

Havana, November 14 (RHC)-- Among the programs postponed for 2021 in the field of tourism, Cuban authorities recalled this Saturday the holding of the Ibero-American Summit on Accessible Tourism.... More

Ciego de Avila, Cuba, 4 Nov (RHC)-- The international airport of Cayo Coco will receive Thursday the first Russian tourists who will arrive in Cuba in the post-Covid-19 recovery stage.... More

Ottawa, October 19 (RHC)--The airline Vacances Air Air Canada has announced it will increase in its flights to Cuba, the island's tourism counselor in Ottawa, Carmen Casal, confirmed on Twitter.... More

Havana, July 22 (RHC)-- Cuban Tourism Minister, Juan Carlos Garcia, says the island is ready to receive travelers from all over the world, because of the health protection it offers.... More

New joint report proposes ten measures to prevent the current health crisis from becoming a food crisis.... More

In a discussion organized by the Mexican Senate, Executive Secretary Alicia Bárcena warned that women are the most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and advocated for a feminist social compact with equality and sustainability.... More

Cuba participates in the Mendoza 2020 Multisectoral International Business Round. The country is being represented at the virtual business meeting by ARTEX, the Company for the Commercialization of Seeds and Agricultural Products and the Center for the Promotion of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, ProCuba, reported on Twitter.... More

At a special meeting convened by Mexico in its capacity as Pro Tempore Chair of CELAC, the Commission’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, submitted a detailed report on the region’s situation to the countries along with recommendations to support the post-pandemic recovery.... More

More than three months have passed since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the COVID-19 outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on Jan. 30, sending the highest level of alarm to the world.... More

ECLAC’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, participated in an EU-LAC Foundation webinar, urging for a “new green deal” to be forged with Europe for a more democratic, less unequal and more sustainable world.... More

Some foreign officials' efforts to sue China for causing global damages in the COVID-19 pandemic are totally absurd and aim to cover up their own missteps, experts and observers have said.... More

The UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) has urged the U.S. to lift its blockade against Cuba and Venezuela. ECLAC Secretary Alicia Barcena said it is a necessary action at a time when the COVID-19 is deteriorating the prospects of all Latin American economies.... More

U.S. oil prices crashed to the negative territory for the first time in history on Monday, fueled by pandemic-related demand shock and oversupply fears.... More

As businesses lose revenue, unemployment is likely to increase sharply, transforming a supply-side shock to a wider demand-side shock for the economy.... More