Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov highlighted today the importance of holding the 17th session of the intergovernment joint commission on the eve of the official visit to Cuba of Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev.
La Paz - An opinion poll published by the private Bolivian TV channel UNITEL, shows that leftist President Evo Morales has opened up a huge lead against right-wing candidate Carlos Mesa, ahead of upcoming elections on October 20th. The poll also showed that support for Morales has increased in the last month, meaning that if the election were to be held today, Morales would achieve a first-round victory.
Beijing - China is currently using the benefits of the internet and new technologies in its poverty alleviation programs, a government priority to be completed by 2020, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) reported.
Tehran - Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Tuesday that the Islamic Republic has ruled out any talks with the U.S. administration after President Donald Trump accused them of carrying out the attack on the Saudi Aramco oil facilities this past weekend.
Caracas - Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodriguez has welcomed Pastor Javier Bertucci, representing the party Hope for Change, who will join the Agreement of National Dialogue, which was signed earlier this week in hope of resolving the problems that caused the U.S. blockade against Venezuela.
Managua - More than 7,000 Reconciliation, Justice and Peace Commissions, a structure designed to help the country's society overcome the effects of the April 2018 coup attempt, have been established in Nicaragua.
Havana, Cuba - The Cuban Permanent Delegation to UNESCO reiterated the support of the Caribbean island to the work done by that organization to promote education and culture.Read More
Havana - The 1st Fidel Castro and Ho Chi Minh Academic Seminar began this Tuesday in the Cuban capital, focused on two global figures linked by their thought and history.Read More
More than 2,200 films, 300 scripts and 100 posters have registered to compete in the 41st International Festival of New Latin American Cinema, scheduled for December 5-15.Read More