The Cuban Workers Federation (CTC) and its unions support the Revolutionary Government Statement, in the face of the aggressive speech by the President of the United States Donald Trump, regarding relations between that country and Cuba, and ratify the conviction to stand firm in defense of this genuine Revolution, built with and for the workers, under the leadership of Fidel and Raúl.

Taken from Granma Newspaper

Mayabeque, Cuba_ With the purpose of promoting a spirit of joy before the individual effort, this Saturday, June 17 will take place in San Jose de las Lajas, as in the rest of the country the Race for the Olympic Day, a traditional national holiday, Radio Camoa reports.

Washington_ Despite President Donald Trump's decision to reverse some of the progress made between the United States and Cuba, several North American sectors are determined to boost relations with the Caribbean island, Prensa Latina reports.

The new policy directive on Cuba, issued today by President Donald Trump, represents a blow against the will of large sectors in the United States that are in favor of the continuity of the process towards the normalization of relations between both countries, Cubasí publishes.

Managua_ Cubans living in Nicaragua rejected today a speech by US President Donald Trump in Miami, where he promised to intensify his country's policy against the Caribbean nation, according to Prensa Latina.

Mayabeque, Cuba__ The Local Agricultural Innovation Project (PIAL), comes to an end to become SIAL, Local Agricultural Innovation System, the Mayabeque newspaper publishes.

United States_ In a speech given this Friday in Miami, US President Donald Trump announced that he will maintain the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed on Cuba by Washington for 55 years, according to Radio Habana Cuba.

La Habana_ A new metallic coin with a value of 5 Cuban pesos will be circulating since July 3rd, this year, in a gradual form throughout the national territory according to the Central Bank, the Cuban news agency reports.

Mayabeque, Cuba_ The ENERGÁS plant, located in the province, generates around 400 megawatts of electricity, guaranteeing gas for more than 250,000 families in the Cuban capital, according to the Mayabeque newspaper.