Author Archives: Greta Jean

French academic publishes book on Cuba and Caribbean

Santiago de Cuba, Oct 13 (Prensa Latina) Our America: Identity and Challenges is the title of a new book by French academic Jean Lamore, a passionate researcher on the history and realities of Cuba, the Caribbean, and Latin America. In … Continue reading

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Angolans mobilize to send donations to Cuba

Luanda, Oct 12 (Prensa Latina) The Association of former Angolan students in Cuba (the Caimaneros) on Wednesday started a campaign to send donations to Cuba, which was severely hit recently by Hurricane Ian. In light of the events, ‘we take … Continue reading

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Cuban residents in Mexico send letter to Biden on blockade and lies

Mexico, Oct 12 (Prensa Latina) Cuban residents in Mexico on Wednesday joined their compatriots in the region by sending a letter to United States President Joe Biden regarding the blockade, the damage caused by Hurricane Ian, and the false accusation … Continue reading

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Cuba participates at closing session of ALBA-TCP economic council

HAVANA, Cuba, Oct 11 (ACN) A Cuban delegation, headed by Ana Teresita Gonzalez Fraga, first deputy minister of foreign trade and investment ( MINCEX by its Spanish acronym), participated in the closing ceremony of the 11th Council of Economic Complementation … Continue reading

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Province most affected by Ian advances recovery of industrial centers

HAVANA, Cuba, Oct 11 (ACN) Although in Pinar del Rio (westernmost Cuban province) all the centers belonging to the Ministry of Industries ( MINDUS) were affected by Hurricane Ian, thanks to the hard work of their labor collectives and the … Continue reading

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Cubans Start Tree Planting Program in Havana

Published 10 October 2022 They are replacing over 1,000 trees affected by the strong winds and rains that hit Cuba during the passage of Hurricane Ian. Over the weekend, the Cuban government and grassroots organizations undertook an initiative to “green” the … Continue reading

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Cuban residents in Basque Country condemn US blockade

Madrid, Oct 10 (Prensa Latina) The 6th Meeting of Cuban Residents in Spain raised its voice in Bilbao, Basque Country, in favor of the Caribbean nation while joining demonstrations against the US blockade. As Prensa Latina learned from sources close … Continue reading

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Cuba and United States Address Bilateral Academic Relations

Havana, Oct 7 (ACN) The director of International Relations at Cuba’s Higher Education Ministry, Maria Victoria Villavicencio, met Friday afternoon with Xavier Jonathan Billingsley, a diplomat from the Public Affairs Office at the US Embassy in Havana, who paid a … Continue reading

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Ship from Venezuela arrives with donations for hurricane recovery

Havana, Oct 9 (Prensa Latina) A donation of 400,000 bags of food, electrical equipment and roofs arrived in Cuba today from Venezuela as a contribution to the recovery of the severe damages caused by Hurricane Ian. The cargo was received … Continue reading

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Díaz-Canel: Let us defend solidarity and cooperation as indispensable forces

HAVANA, Cuba, Dec 9 (ACN) Let us defend solidarity and cooperation as indispensable forces to face together the great challenges and threats upon us, said on Tuesday Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, President of the Republic of Cuba, when addressing the VII … Continue reading

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