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Díaz-Canel receives Indian Minister of Commerce and Industry

Díaz-Canel receives Indian Minister of Commerce and Industry

Díaz-Canel receives Indian Minister of Commerce and Industry

Cuba, Oct 31st – First Vice President of Cuba’s Councils of State and Ministers, Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, received the Honorable Suresh Prabhu, Minister of Commerce and Industry of India, this Monday, October 30, who traveled to the island leading a large delegation of businesspeople participating in the 35th edition of the Havana International Trade Fair. Continue reading

Díaz Canel highlights historic ties between Cuba and Angola

Díaz Canel highlights historic ties between Cuba and Angola

Díaz Canel highlights historic ties between Cuba and Angola

Cuba, Sep 29 – Kifangondo and Cuito Cuanavale are spaces of Angolan geography and history that are deeply rooted in the patriotic sensitivity of Cubans, ” the Cuban First Vice-President Miguel Diaz-Canel said in Luanda. Continue reading

Díaz-Canel celebrates peace reigning in Angola

Díaz-Canel celebrates peace reigning in Angola

Díaz-Canel celebrates peace reigning in Angola

Luanda, Sep 26 – Upon his arrival to this capital city for the inauguration of recently elected President Joao Lourenço, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez described the country’s development as incredible, saying that this was indicative of how much peace was needed. Continue reading

Vice-president Miguel Diaz Canel Presides Over May Day Celebrations in Santiago de Cuba

Vice-president Miguel Diaz Canel Presides Over May Day Celebrations in Santiago de Cuba

Vice-president Miguel Diaz Canel Presides Over May Day Celebrations in Santiago de Cuba

SANTIAGO, Cuba, May 1 – Nearly 700 thousand workers along their relatives and people are staging a huge march to commemorate International Workers Day in this eastern Cuban province. Celebrations here are being presided over by Cuban first vice-president Miguel Diaz Canel and local government, Communist Party officials and representatives of youth and grassroots organizations. Continue reading