Havana, Cuba: The Council of State adopted three Decree-Laws and an agreement, related to important issues of current Cuban affairs, such as telecommunications, state-owned companies, and social security.
Havana: The Council of State approved today to release Gustavo Rodríguez from the position of head of Agriculture in Cuba and appoint Ydael Jesús Pérez, who served as first vice minister.
Havana, Cuba: A few days before the VIII Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC), the Island today is promoting its economic reorganization, a process whose genesis responds to the change in mentality that the sixth conclave of that political organization defended, Prensa Latina publishes.
Cuba: The Secretary General of the Federation of Cuban Workers (CTC by its Spanish initials), and a member of the Bureau of the Cuban Communist Party, Ulises Guilarte de Nacimiento, announced the call to the Cuban people to celebrate May Day, International Workers’ Day, Radio Reloj reports.
Havana, Cuba: Cuban families on both sides of the Florida Strait are today the most affected by the unilateral coercive measures that the United States imposes on the Caribbean nation, numerous voices denounced on Twitter.
Havana, Cuba: Not losing the perception of risk among the population is a key element in overcoming this new moment of confrontation with COVID-19 in Cuba, Radio Reloj publishes.
Havana: Official reports today consider that the banking and financial system of Cuba is under strong pressure from the United States, with losses that exceed 284.3 million dollars.
Havana, Cuba: Increasing the perception of risk and self-responsibility behaviors, and promoting greater awareness of the severity of the clinical status and the sequel that Covid-19 leaves in convalescent patients, is an urgency given the increase in transmission of the SARS CoV-2 virus in recent weeks, Radio Reloj publishes.
Cuba: Cuba and Germany will explore the possibilities of cooperation in the biotechnology and biopharmaceutical sector with the holding of a virtual business forum on April 14, the ProCuba center reported.
Havana, Cuba: The president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, announced today more drastic closure measures to face the high incidence of Covid-19 in the country and insisted on responsible actions of the population.