Special certificates of acknowledgement were sent on Friday to the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, and Army General Raul Castro, President of the councils of State and Ministers, on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the founding of Havana's Latin American Medical School (ELAM).
The Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Jose Garcia-Margallo will travel this month to Colombia and Cuba on an official visit, diplomatic sources informed on Friday.
Cuba and Belgium strengthen relations of cooperation, asserted on Thursday Jan Cornelis, deputy rector of the Free University of Brussels, within the context of the opening of the Center of Advanced Teaching of Foreign Languages, at the University of Oriente (UO).
Social indiscipline is at the center of joint actions in today´s Cuba in order to rescue social values deeply damaged over the past years as it shows in everyday life, with the youth at the center of educative initiatives.
The Cubans are considered as the most long-lived population in The Americas with over 18 percent senior citizens, according to demographic research studies.
George Mavrikos, General Secretary of the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU), will visit Cuba from November 15 to the 18th, as part of his present tour of Latin American nations.
Although the International Monetary Fund predicts a 3.3 percent growth of the world economy this year, roughly equal to 2013, this does not mean an end to the economic crisis that began in 2008.
Some 200 delegates from 15 nations are gathering at the 9th International Workshop on Cancer Immune-Therapy, underway in Havana till Friday.
Cuba´s First Vice-president Miguel Diaz-Canel visited education centers in the central city of Santa Clara and met with professors and students on the quality of the teaching process during the current school year.
José Ramón Machado Ventura, Second Secretary of the Cuban Communist Party, received this Tuesday morning Tran Quoc Vuong, member of the Secretariat of the Vietnam Communist Party and chief of the General Office of its Central Committee, who pays an official visit to Cuba.
More than one hundred medical professionals from 18 Latin American and Caribbean nations are attending the first International Workshop for the prevention and fight against Ebola, underway till November 14 at Havana´s Pedro Kouri Tropical Medicine Institute.
Preparations for Pedagogy, the largest meeting of the education sector in Cuba, are in full swing for its 2015 edition, asserted Aida Terrero, director for International Relations of the Education Ministry, cited on Monday by the Granma newspaper.
Over 2000 Cuban professors are currently working in 14 nations, while the island´s pedagogical work enjoys growing prestige, said Doctor Aida Terrero, International Relations director at the Cuban Education Ministry.
Cubans in this southern territory recalled the nearly four thousand victims of a hurricane that hit the island on November 9, 1932, considered the strongest natural disaster ever.
The first international course on the prevention and fighting against the Ebola virus in the Americas begins Monday at Havana´s Pedro Kouri Tropical Medicine Institute.
Miguel Diaz-Canel, First Vice-president of the councils of State and Ministers, met on Saturday afternoon with Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, President of the National Assembly of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, who is in Cuba heading a delegation invited by the National Assembly of the People's Power.