Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro met on Tuesday evening with outstanding Brazilian scholar Frei Betto.
In Cayo Largo del Sur, Cuba has one of the 25 most popular beaches of the world, Paraiso (Paradise), considered as such by thousands of visitors of the largest Web site on tourist trips: Trip Advisor.
David Atchorena, Director for Learning Policies and Systems of the United Nations Education, Science and Culture Organization (UNESCO), expressed on Tuesday his satisfaction with the use Cuba makes of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in schools.
With the objective of promoting Steelpan drum teaching in Cuba, The Traveling Caribbean Cinema Exhibition (MICC) and the legal representation of Sanch Electronix Ltd. of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, signed a letter of intent in Havana on Tuesday.
Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro sent the Cuban university students a message stressing the development of the country´s education over the past 56 years.
Some 483 thousand 396 Cubans were reported as self-employees early this year, 4 thousand 445 more than in December 2014.
The 16th Pedagogy 2015 International Congress is opening doors Monday in Havana with the participation of over 2 500 delegates from 30 countries.
United Nations Development Program director Jessica Faieta announced on Saturday that the international organization will continue supporting Cuba in various projects in the economic, social and environmental fields.
The Commander of the Revolution Ramiro Valdés Menéndez, Vice President of the Councils of State and Ministers, inaugurated yesterday an electrical substation in this tourist resort.
Cuban President Raul Castro received this Thursday afternoon Uruguay´s Vice-President-elect Raúl Fernando Sendic Rodríguez who is in Cuba on an official visit.
The delegations of Cuba and the United States agreed that the round of talks for the process of restoration of diplomatic relations, held today at the International Conference Center, is an important step on the road to the decision announced by Presidents Barack Obama and Raúl Castro last December 17.
Cuba reiterated its willingness to keep holding respectful talks with the United States, based on sovereign equality and reciprocity, with no undermining of its national independence and self-determination, said the general director of the United States Office at the Cuban Foreign Ministry Josefina Vidal in statements to reporters during talks on the reestablishment of bilateral diplomatic relations between Washington and Havana.
At the end of the 28th round of US-Cuba migratory talks, the Cuban delegation issued a press release that ACN news agency now reproduces
The round of talks at the highest level in the past decades between Cuba and the United States to restore diplomatic relations will start in less than two hours in Havana city.
The talks between the delegations of Cuba and the United States on migration issues are taking place in respectful and constructive manner, Gustavo Machin, deputy director of the United States Department at the Foreign Affairs Ministry, declared to the press
The Cuban program for adult literacy teaching known as Yes, I Can has already nine million graduates, as confirmed to ACN by First Deputy Education Minister Cira Piñeiro.