U.S. sanctions Cuban oil importer
Cuba, Jun 5th – Yesterday July 3, the U.S. government imposed sanctions on the Cuban oil import-export state enterprise Cubametales, placing the company on its blacklist, for maintaining ties with Venezuela. Continue reading
Cuba Denounces in Spain Tightening of U.S. Blockade
Madrid, May 20 – The Cuban ambassador to Spain, Gustavo Machín, denounced on Friday the tightening of the economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba for almost six decades.
Congressman McGovern: Cuba and U.S. Can Have Normal Relations
Havana, May 20 – In times when the U.S. Government keeps strengthening its hostile policy against Cuba, a U.S. congressman visited Havana and stated that normal relations are possible for the two countries.
Cuba Deplores U.S. Statement on Palestine
Havana, Dec 7 – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba (MINREX) rejected the statements made by U.S. President Donald Trump, who recognized Jerusalem as the capital city of Israel. Continue reading
The U.S. blockade is the main obstacle to scientific development in Cuba
Cuba, Nov 6th – The United States economic, financial, and commercial blockade of Cuba has caused around 1.5 million USD in losses to the country’s higher education sector in the last year alone. Continue reading
U.S. Blockade on Cuba despite World Demand
Cuba, Nov 1st – When there are a few hours left for the General United Nation Assembly makes the announcement about the necessary elimination of the failed policy of the Washington´s blockade on Cuba, there are many voices of the international community that ratify their rejection against that economic, trade and financial trade. Continue reading
Cuban, U.S. Experts Agree: No Evidence of Presumed “Sonic Attacks”
Havana, Oct 27 – Cuban and U.S. experts agree that there is no evidence whatsoever of presumed ‘sonic attacks’ against U.S. diplomats in Havana. Continue reading