Havana - President Miguel Diaz-Canel assured that Cuba supports Venezuela as a friendly country, as a sister revolution but cannot influence its decisions or its determination to overcome its difficulties.
Cubans react with solidarity and determination, supporting government measures to mitigate impact of U.S. hostility
Beginning his remarks yesterday evening, during another appearance on Cuban television, President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez thanked the Cuban people for their support of government measures, contributions, and solidarity amidst the country’s tense energy situation, which, he said, are much more important that a tanker of diesel.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla warns of the danger of Washington seeking to score a hit in the international arena at all costs because the economic situation in the northern country is getting complicated.
Havana - The benefits that a normal relationship between the U.S. and Cuba would bring and the opposition to the U.S. government's economic blockade against the island were highlighted this Wednesday at the 2nd Bilateral Agricultural Business Conference that taking place in the Cuban capital through Friday.
Havana -The First Secretary of the Cuban Communist Party, Raúl Castro, received this Friday in Havana former Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa, who is in on the island on a private visit.
Havana - Cubans are expressing on Wednesday their support for the government and people of Venezuela, a South American country that is experiencing an economic, commercial and financial war starring the United States and its regional allies.
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