With more than 200 tons of toilet soap and about 500 of washing liquid above the plan in the current year, the Business Base Unit (UEB) Suchel Jovel keeps the stability in the fulfillment of its productive commitments.
The 210 producers, state and private, in Ciego de Avila(central Cuba) that insured their crops and facilities against natural disasters have financial protection to recover from the damages caused by Tropical Storm Eta.
The Abel Santamaría International Airport in Santa Clara, a city in central Cuba, received on Tuesday the first flight of Bahamas Air, which marks the resumption of operations of that airline to the Cuban terminal.
Through a Japanese project of collaboration with the Cuban people, the rice industry in the western municipality of Los Palacios received a modern machine for obtaining seed by the mechanized transplant method, which favors varietal purity in the production of rice.
Aware that the production of construction materials is one of the areas most impacted by the U.S. blockade, the sector is developing R+D+I projects (research, development and innovation) to increase the delivery of some components, replace imports and save resources.
Due to the hostility raised during more than six decades and increased with almost 200 measures by the current US administration, this Monday, at 6:00 p.m., by sole and exclusive responsibility of the US Government, the payment of remittances from that nation to Cuba through Western Union ceases.
The interest in consolidating Cuba as a safe destination for Polish tourism was the subject of the meeting held on Thursday between Jorge Martí, Cuban ambassador to the European country, and Maciej Szczechura, executive member of the Rainbow Tour company.
Congressmen James P. McGovern, chairman of the House Rules Committee, and Eliot L. Engel, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, condemned the recently announced step by the US Treasury Department that will result in an effective halt to remittances to Cuba.
A total of 32 airlines have requested permission to restart their flights, after commercial operations were paralyzed by the pandemic, informed today Brigadier General Armando Luis Daniel López, president of the Cuban Institute of Civil Aeronautics (IACC).