Havana, Cuba: The presidents of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel; and Vladimir Putin of Russia held a telephone conversation today, classified as fraternal by the president of the Caribbean nation, Radio Reloj publishes.
Moscow: Both leaders stressed the need to continue fighting the spread of terrorist ideology and the threat of drugs, which emanates from the territory of that Central Asian country, according to the Kremlin press service, Prensa Latina reports.
Russia: The operational staff to confront Covid-19 in Russia authorized the increase in air communication with Belarus as of today, Cubasí reports.
The deputy of the Russian State Duma (lower house), Elena Panina, denounced the threats and sobering calls from the United States on how the Cuban authorities should behave, Cubasí publishes.
Russia: The Russian Foreign Ministry expressed its conviction on Monday that the Cuban authorities are taking the necessary measures to guarantee public order in the interest of their citizens and within the framework of the Constitution, Prensa Latina reported.
Moscow: Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Thursday considered the Geneva summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Joseph Biden positive, although he acknowledged that expectations were not high, Prensa Latina publishes.
Geneva: The presidents of Russia, Vladimir Putin, and the United States, Jose Biden, concluded their meeting in Geneva, after a second block with the participation of five other representatives from each country, Radio Reloj reports.
Berlin: The company that operates the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline that is being built on the bottom of the Baltic Sea reported that provocative activities by warships, commercial ships, airplanes and a submarine put installation work at risk and could cause a breakdown in the infrastructure itself, according to the director of the company’s Nord Stream subsidiary, Andrei Minin.
Havana: The president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, and the vice president of the Government of the Russian Federation, Yuri Borísov, confirmed today the excellent state of political, economic and bilateral cooperation relations, Prensa Latina reports.
Damascus: Syria and Russia today announced the closure of the three recently reopened humanitarian corridors in the northern provinces of Idlib and Aleppo, due to terrorist bombings.