Union of Journalists of Cuba Praises Work of Prensa Latina

Havana, Jun 13 (Presa Latina) The Union of Journalists of Cuba (UPEC) today acknowledged the work of Prensa Latina in spreading the truth and reality of the peoples of the South facing the view of the hegemonic powers of information.

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In a congratulatory message to the news agency for its 55th anniversary, the UPEC said that since its founding on June 16, 1959, Prensa Latina has gone far in its goal of reporting the truth and reality of Cuba and Latin American countries.

All this, as opposed to the monopolistic and hegemonic vision of the capitalist mass media press, said the text to highlight the work of Prensa Latina as an alternative voice.

In addition, the UPEC said Prensa Latina recognized is a school of journalism and communication professionals, who have the respect and trust of their users around the world due to their professional ethics and truthfulness in reporting any topic ‘.

UPEC urged Prensa Latina to continue to reflect the country’s transformations and development, and the role of Cuba in the social, economic and political universe.

Prensa Latina has currently 30 periodicals, in addition to providing radio, television and multimedia services.

It also has offices and correspondents in over 30 countries in America, Asia, Europe, Africa and Middle East which published daily over 400 reports in Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian, Russian and French.

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