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Articles of News
The Cuban anti-terrorists and heroes of the Republic of Cuba, René González and Gerardo Hernández, arrived in the UK this morning, Friday July 8, together with their families, to participate in the “Miami Five Freedom Tour” during which they will speak about their unjust imprisonment in the United States and express their gratitude for the solidarity of British activists in the struggle for their freedom.
The presence in Cuba of a delegation of 71 trade representatives, participating in a Business Forum inaugurated July 7 in Havana, demonstrates both countries’ interest in exploring new aspects of bilateral relations.
At the proposal of the President, the Council of State agreed to release compañero Julián González Toledo of his responsibility as Minister of Culture.
Details on the implementation of Ministry of Industry policies, progress on projects underway, and investments projected were presented to the National Assembly of People’s Power prior to the 8th Legislature’s 7th Period of Ordinary Sessions.
Ecuador’s Foreign Minister Guillaume Long, yesterday July 6 in Quito, called on the U.S. government to end to its immigration policy toward Cuba, which he described as a stimulus to illegal emigration, PL reported.
Venezuela declared its independence from Spain 205 years ago, with a statement adopted by a congress of Venezuelan provinces on July 5, 1811. The signing of this document was the continuation of the popular movement initiated on April 19, 1810, by the Municipal Council of Caracas.
The 274 updated Economic and Social Policy Guidelines of the Party and the Revolution, approved during the 7th Party Congress this past April, were among the topics discussed July 4, the opening day of commission meetings, prior to the 7th period of Ordinary Sessions of the 8th Legislature. Commissions are organized to focus on the following issues: Food and Agriculture; National Defense; Delivery of Services; Children, Youth, and the Rights of Women; International Relations; Industry, Construction, and Energy; as well as Education, Culture, Science, Technology, and Environment.
The Communist Party of China has realized the dream of founding and developing a great nation, which today is the second global superpower, stated the country’s Ambassador in Havana, Zhang Tuo. During the act celebrating the 95th anniversary of the CPC, the Chinese diplomat described the key role played by the Party in the nation’s achievements.
The third working meeting between Cuban and U.S. officials was held in Havana, with the aim of increasing cooperation, to contribute to the implementation of the Joint Declaration between the Republic of Cuba and the United States on Environmental Protection, signed in Washington D.C., on November 24, 2015.
China and Latin America have made significant progress in terms of commercial relations and are now ready to move toward a new stage of mutually beneficial economic ties.