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Let's talk about Work in Cuba. The necessary debate and the future to be built is the title of the book that will be launched on Tuesday in the Center of Psychological and Sociological Research (CIPS), in this capital.

Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, President of Cuba, led a government visit to the western province of Matanzas where he checked that there is a work strategy throughout the territory, that priorities are worked out and that there is a good atmosphere in the population

Cuban Sandra Delfín de León is one of the six researchers accredited today as winners of the UNESCO 2020 Young Scientists Award, an initiative that stimulates work on issues of ecology and sustainability.

HAVANA, Cuba, Nov 19 (ACN) Roberto Peña Samper, president of the Cuban Aviation Corporation S.A. said on Thursday that a gradual recovery of the aviation industry is in sight, despite the great affectations caused by the pandemic.

Ricardo Cabrisas, Cuban Deputy Prime Minister, expressed on Thursday on behalf of the people and government of Cuba, the condolences for the death of the Syrian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Walid Al Muallem, who died last November 16 at the age of 79.

President Miguel Diaz-Canel regretted Thursday the loss of the outstanding Cuban film, theater and television actress Broselianda Hernandez, who died on Wednesday at the age of 56 in the U.S. city of Miami, from causes as yet unknown.

Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, Cuban foreign minister, assured Thursday on Twitter that the process of monetary ordering will contribute to the advance of the updating of the economic and social model of the country.

The Cuban Postal Service Business Group informed on Wednesday that as of this Thursday, November 19, the international postal services, DHL and other express courier and package services by air, in and out of the country are reestablished, after the entry into operations of the José Martí International Airport in Havana.

The country's recovery after the extensive damage caused by the tropical storm Eta in agriculture, housing, roads and other infrastructure and sectors is today a priority of the Cuban government, and despite the complex economic situation there are resources to respond promptly in the affected territories, said Deputy Prime Minister Alejandro Gil Fernández.

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