Cuba and the United States are presenting on Tuesday the results of a joint study research on the preservation of sharks, during the 10th Congress of Marine Sciences which focuses on the conservation of the sea surrounding the island and the fishing of marine species.
The Cuban medical brigade in Honduras has assisted over 29 million citizens particularly in rutal and remote areas since the doctors arrived in the Central American nation back in 1998 to help the victims of hurricane Mitch.
At 19:28, local time, of Monday, October 26, the network of stations of the Cuban National Seismological Service recorded an earthquake perceptible by the population, located at coordinates 21.36 north latitude and 77.50 west longitude, 13.0 km north of the town of Sibanicú, province of Camaguey, with a depth of 5.0 km and a magnitude of 3.4 on the Richter scale.
A current US-Cuba scientific expedition to Eastern Cuba has yielded preliminary results, as announced on Monday by Logistics Coordinator with the American Museum of Natural History of New York, Natalia Alejandra Rossi.
Myrta Kaulard, coordinator and resident representative of the United Nations for Development Program (UNDP), acknowledged on Tuesday in this capital Cuba's efforts to protect the soil.
Since its creation on July 10, 2004 in Cuba, and extended to more than 40 ophthalmology centers in Latin America and Africa, Mission Miracle has restored or improved the quality of vision to over three million people in 34 countries.
A special acknowledgment was sent in this capital on Monday to the historic leader of the Revolution, Fidel Castro, and Army General Raul Castro, President of the councils of State and Ministers, for their contributions to the development of meteorology in Cuba.
The Cuban doctors who have been working in Guatemala since Huricane Mitch hit that nation in 1998 have given over 38.8 million medical consultations up to date.
The Forecast Center of the Cuban Meteorology Institute issued its tropical cyclone warning number eight, which includes the following information:
The president of the African Union Commission (AU), Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, expressed on Wednesday her gratitude to Cuba for the solidarity shown in various fields, especially in the fight against the Ebola epidemic that struck West Africa.
Cuba will propose Washington a trilateral health assistance project for Haiti after considering it with Haitian authorities, Cuban foreign minister Bruno Rodriguez announced in New York.
Cuba has well trained professionals and advanced technology in criminal investigation, said Cuban Forensic expert Jorge Gonzalez Perez, Dean of Havana´s School of Medical Sciences.
The Vienna Convention for the protection of the Ozone Layer is among the many business forums and international legal regulations in existence on sustainable and environmental development.
Some 200 delegates from four continents are participating at the 26th International Congress on Orthopedics, underway since today in the Eastern Cuban city of Camaguey, some 570 kilometers from the capital Havana.
The University of Medical Sciences (UCM) of Santiago de Cuba received the first students of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), by way of a plan of scholarships offered by Cuba to train physicians and specialists in the various branches of Medicine.