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Havana_ Cuba's Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez has appealed to the international community to make joint efforts to avert a US military aggression on Venezuela, Prensa Latina reports.

Cuba_ The Cuban president, Miguel Diaz-Canel, attended the balance of the Ministry of Domestic Trade, where it was reported that the international system of measures will be implemented in the Ideal market chain and in released sales, Radio Reloj publishes.

Havana_ The civic culture of Cubans and their commitment to the country's progress make it possible to predict a massive attendance to the referendum on the new Constitution next Sunday, the member of the National Electoral Commission, Cecilia Valdés, said today.

Mayabeque, Cuba_ The workers of the provincial radio station Radio Mayabeque joined their voices and their hearts in an emotional act of solidarity with the sister Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

Cuba_ The president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, today highlighted the value of the Commander, Juan Almeida, who defended the principles of justice of the Revolution, Radio Reloj publishes.

Cuba_ For José Alejandro Rodríguez, José Martí National Prize of Journalism, this February 24, every Cuban elector is called to think with perspectives and with a sense of the future of the Homeland, Radio Reloj publishes.

Havana_ The Cuban president, Miguel Diaz-Canel, ratified the Island's solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution and its leader, Nicolás Maduro, amid threats of aggression from the United States (USA) against Venezuela, Prensa Latina reports.

Las Tunas_ The president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, is heading a government visit to the eastern province of Las Tunas, where he will evaluate the progress of programs aimed at the socio-economic development of the territory, Prensa Latina reports.

Caracas_ The Public Prosecutor's Office is investigating citizens appointed as ambassadors and directors of Petroleos de Venezuela's (PDVSA) subsidiary in the United States, Citgo, by the self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido, Prensa Latina.