Artemisa, Cuba - The president of the Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Díaz-Canel, evaluated in Artemisa the fulfillment of the measures adopted to deal with the current situation derivative from the intensification of the US blockade against Cuba.
The alternatives that provide economic efficiency, we must keep them after the passage of this crisis, said the Cuban president after known all the variants put into practice such as the more than 70 points of embarkation in the transportation of passengers.
In Artemisa, the vital services to the population are guaranteed, said the directors of Commerce, Food and Public Health Sectors, which thanks to savings and austerity in each process achieve greater use of available resources.
The people of Artemisa, like the rest of Cubans, will emerge stronger from this moment, said Gladys Martínez Verdecia, member of the Central Committee of the Cuban Communist Party and First Secretary of it in Artemisa.
Translated by Lorenzo Raúl Alonso López
Havana - José Martí spent the hot month of August, 1890 far from New York City, in wooded mountains sparsely inhabited at the time, north of the homonymous state.
Thus, he followed the advice of doctors and friends, and while he savored that intimacy with nature, he took advantage of that moment away from his many daily chores to write verses. There, in the Catskill Mountains, he conceived the second and last book of poems that he would publish months later: Simple Verses.Read More
Cuban minister criticizes US media campaign against Cuban artistsCuba's Minister of Culture Alpidio Alonso criticized on Wednesday US media campaign against Cuban artists including the musician Alexander Abreu.Read More
Havana - Cuba's National Center of Art Schools highlighted here on Monday the triumph of the violin student Loreta Gonzalez, during the 2020 France International Online Music Competition.Read More