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Díaz-Canel receives Canadian Foreign Minister

Canel Canada

The President of Cuba´s Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, yesterday August 28, received Canada’s Foreign Minister, the Honorable Christya Freeland, who is making a working visit to our country.

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Canada restores a portion of its embassy services in Cuba

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As of August 1, Canada restored a portion of visa services suspended at its Havana embassy, ​​according to Prensa Latina. Cuban residents will be able to obtain fingerprints and photos necessary for applications at the embassy, ​​as well as leave passports and collect visas at the building.

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Díaz-Canel receives Prime Minister of Belize

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The President of Cuba’s Councils of State and of Ministers, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, on Tuesday received the Prime Minister of Belize, the Honorable Dean Oliver Barrow, on an official visit to Cuba.

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NBC and MSNBC Blamed Russia for Using “Sophisticated Microwaves” to Cause “Brain Injuries” in U.S. “Diplomats” in Cuba. The Culprits Were Likely Crickets.

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NBC NEWS AND MSNBC SPECIALIZE in repeating and disseminating what U.S intelligence officials tell them to say and then calling that servitude “reporting.” Those two networks really are the all-but-official outlets for CIA messaging. And this status has led their brightest on-air stars to broadcast a series of extremely consequential stories that turned out to be humiliatingly wrong.

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Pacific island nations can count on the friendship and support of Cuba

Suva, Fijji

Cuba´s Deputy Foreign Minister, Rogelio Sierra Díaz, led a delegation to participate in the 49th Pacific Islands Forum, held in the Republic of Nauru, in the South Pacific, September 3-6, the ministry reported.

The Forum is the Pacific region’s principal event and includes 14 small island nations, as well as observers and associates, a category Cuban has been afforded since 2013.

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Havana’s “Sonic Incidents” versus the University of Edinburgh: The “40%” Mystery

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On August 15, 2018, the U.S. State Department announced yet another measure toward reducing its Havana embassy staff and its effectiveness by limiting the diplomats’ stays to one year. This extremely limited affectation category is normally applied to countries at war, such as Afghanistan and Iraq. The change in U.S. policy initiated last fall is based on a supposed sonic health issue detected by Washington affecting its Havana diplomats. Along with a travel warning for Americans with regard to visiting Cuba and limited consular services that impact both U.S. citizens and Cubans on the island,

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U.S. recognizes negative impact of its policy toward Cuba

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Both the negative impact of staff reductions at the U.S. embassy in Cuba, as well as the harshness of its warning on travel to the country, were acknowledged recently in Washington, leading to a memorandum from the Congressional Research Service, in the first case, and a new travel warning category established by the State Department.

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A present based on memory

Fidel y Nujoma

As soon as Namibia achieved its independence, the nation established diplomatic relations with Cuba, an island 11,000 kilometers away. It was March 21, 1990. Ndapandula Akwaake had not yet been born, much less could her family have imagined that one day she, or some other relative, would travel to the Caribbean island experiencing a Revolution

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The 10 most common lies about alleged health incidents affecting U.S. diplomats in Cuba

Diplomaticos noticias falsas

Since the story was first reported a series of inaccuracies and blatant lies have appeared in international media and official statements. Granma shares a list of the 10 most common. After months of investigations by U.S. and Cuban authorities, there is no evidence that U.S. diplomats were the victims of “sonic attacks” in Cuba.

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Canadian Embassy in Havana designated ‘unaccompanied post’

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Declaration by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba regarding the Canadian government’s decision to designate its embassy in Havana an ‘unaccompanied post,’ following unusual health symptoms reported in 2017 by some Canadian diplomatic staff and dependants posted to the Cuban capital, according to a statement