Havana, Apr 9.- It is surprising that a high-level official of the United States (USA) government makes mention of the legend about microwave attacks against US diplomats in Havana, the Cuban Foreign Minister denounced today on Twitter.
Havana, Apr 9.- Despite adverse circumstances for the national economy, Cuba's foreign trade showed progress in terms of its efforts, with 67 businesses with foreign capital from 2019 to 2020, it was reported today.
Havana, April 8.- Cuban President Miguel Díaz- Canel today highlighted the solidarity demonstrated from Europe against the cruel, ruthless and infamous campaign of the empire to denigrate the island.
Havana, April 8. - 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.
By Dania Díaz Socarrás / Radio Cadena Agramonte
April 7 is World Health Day and, on the ocassion, specialists from the Provincial Department of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention spoke with the residents of the Plaza del Carmen in Camagüey.
Havana, Apr 7.- The International Republican Institute (IRI) of the United States maintains a program towards Cuba that finances and promotes actions to destabilize the Government of the island, reported today in the local press.
Havana, Apr 6.- 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 responsibility of the population.
Havana, April 6.- The president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz- Canel, recalled today the 61 years of the Mallory Memorandum , a document of the United States Government that bases the blockade against the island.
Havana, Apr 5.- Cuban Covid-19 vaccine candidates Soberana 02 and Abdala begin today the application of the second dose in phase III of trials, each day closer to demonstrating their effectiveness against SARS-Cov- 2.
Havana, Apr 5.- Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez today criticized the inequality and poverty that prevent millions of citizens from accessing health services in the United States.