Tuesday, March 21, 2023
– President of Cuba advocates for racial equality
– Cuba denounces US slander in its report on human rights
– Raúl Castro, a ballot like the others
– Take to the Parliament of Cuba the feeling of the community
– University of Havana focuses interest of the Panamanian academy
– Gender challenges in the private sector in Cuba
– Cuba congratulates Namibia on the anniversary of its independence
– They work in the province of Cuba for the improvement of water services
– Cuba joins the day for World Poetry Day
– Cuba receives support from Germany in inclusive football
President of Cuba advocates for racial equality
Havana.- The President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, advocated today that the day of the elimination of racial discrimination be celebrated every day. “According to the United Nations, today is the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. It should be every day. The world’s debt to the victims of racism is too great. Another world #MejorEsPosible ”, wrote the president on his Twitter account.
Cuba denounces US slander in its report on human rights
Havana.- Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez denounced today that the slander against his country in the 2022 report on Human Rights of the United States Government is unacceptable. He added on his Twitter account that with the shameful record of raping and abusing its own citizens, the northern nation should refrain from stigmatizing others.
Raúl Castro, a ballot like the others
Santiago de Cuba.- On the list of candidates for deputies to the National Assembly of People’s Power for the municipality of Segundo Frente, in this province, are the photo and data of Army General Raúl Castro. Together with the leader of the Cuban Revolution, in the electoral formula, the district delegate Alender Chaveco Torres, 47 years old and president of the Economic and Local Development Commission of the government there, both in full equality of conditions and opportunities for the scrutiny that It will take place next Sunday the 26th.
Take the feeling of the community to the Cuban Parliament
Havana.- At almost 45 years old, the Cuban Caridad Margarita García, resident in the capital’s Vedado neighborhood, is experiencing today something that she never imagined would happen: she practically lost her name and became simply “the delegate.” Elected by her neighbors in a special process during the previous term to assume responsibility at the head of the constituency (the smallest electoral and government demarcation), currently this PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences is also a candidate for deputy to the Parliament of the island.
University of Havana focuses interest of the Panamanian academy
Panama City.- A magisterial conference on the history of the University of Havana (UH) focuses today on the second day of the International Summer School of the University of Panama (UP), dedicated to the first. The rector of the UH, Miriam Nicado, will speak about the history of the prestigious educational institution of the island founded in 1728 and considered a godmother in the creation in 1935 of its hostess.
Gender challenges in the private sector in Cuba
Havana.- One of the challenges in Cuba for the private sector is related to gender issues and youth, a challenge that led to the coordination of the first project focused on these groups. In statements to Prensa Latina, the specialist from the Directorate of Economic Actors of the Ministry of Economy and Planning (MEP), Daniel Torralba, explained that this initiative is aimed at micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) and ventures.
Cuba congratulates Namibia on the anniversary of its independence
Havana.- The Cuban Foreign Ministry today congratulated the brotherly people and Government of Namibia for the 33rd anniversary of its independence. Through her Twitter account, she confirmed the interest of the largest of the Antilles in continuing to strengthen the ties of cooperation and solidarity that unite both nations.
They work in the province of Cuba for the improvement of water services
Matanzas, Cuba.- Improving the services related to the supply of water to the population and those concerning the liquid supply networks become tasks that are carried out in the Cuban province of Matanzas. According to the director of the provincial delegation of the National Institute of Hydraulic Resources (INRH), Antonio Hernández, among the projects being implemented for the benefit of the public are the completion of a desalination plant in the community of Girón, in the municipality of Ciénaga de Zapata .
Cuba joins the day for World Poetry Day
Havana.- World Poetry Day today becomes a reason for celebration and entertainment for its cultists, who in Cuba are leading a broad agenda of actions to promote this literary expression. While creators from different latitudes promote the development of this manifestation, the island’s Minister of Culture, Alpidio Alonso, recalled the value of the verses as “the highest expression of spirituality and human creation.”
Cuba receives support from Germany in inclusive soccer
Camagüey, Cuba.- Relations between Germany and Cuba are growing today, especially those that look at childhood and sports, and have them as a priority for the well-being of humanity. Proof of the above is the visit of Heidrun Tempel, ambassador of that country in Cuba, at the head of a delegation that brought a donation of sports materials, destined for the special Inclusive Soccer program Somos Más, and which benefits children with intellectual disabilities.