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Cuba & EU conclude negotiations for a bilateral Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement

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After seven rounds of talks, negotiations for a bilateral Political Dialogue and CooperationAgreement between Cuba and the European Union concluded this Friday in Havana. This is the first bilateral agreement reached between the two parties; however, the document will be officially ratified after both sides have completed their respective consultation processes.

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6th Round of Negotiations between Cuba and the EU concludes

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European Union and Cuba negotiating teams, led by Christian Leffler, Deputy Secretary-General in charge of Economic and Global Issues at the European External Action Service and Abelardo Moreno Fernández, Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of Cuba, met on December 1-2, 2015 in Brussels to hold the Sixth Round of Negotiations concerning the Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement, which has been under negotiation by the two parties since April last year.

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Vice President Díaz–Canel leads Cuban delegation to CELAC-European Union Summit


First Vice President of Cuba’s Councils of State and Ministers Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez is leading the country’s delegation to the 2nd Summit between the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) and the European Union, scheduled June 10-11 in Brussels.

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22 Reasons Why We Could See An Economic Collapse In Europe In 2012

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Will 2012 be the year that we see an economic collapse in Europe? Before you dismiss the title of this article as “alarmist”, read the facts listed in the rest of this article first. Over the past several months, there has been an astonishing loss of confidence in the European financial system. Right now, virtually nobody wants to loan money to financially troubled nations in the EU and virtually nobody wants to lend money to major European banks. Remember, one of the primary reasons for the financial crisis of 2008 was a major credit crunch that happened here in the United States.

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Could anyone forget that the US was the country that impeded the Kyoto Agreement when we had a little more time to prevent a catastrophe with the climate change that is being produced as we watch? On the 28th and 29th of October past, another meeting of Heads of State and Governments took place: the community of Ibero-American countries. Among the calamities that the Spanish and Portuguese-speaking peoples have had to put up with is the fact that they are the region in the world with the most inequalities in terms of the distribution of their wealth.