Cuban foreign minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla called today for unity and solidarity among Latin American and Caribbean nations, in defense of their interests of peace, independence, sovereign equality, sustainable development and social justice.
A comparative study on the management of responses to COVID-19 in Cuba and the United States concluded that thanks to its more coordinated and comprehensive strategy, Cuba has obtained significantly better results compared to the U.S.
The study, published by the American Journal of Public Health and quoted by the Cuban foreign ministry, details that Cuba's better results are mainly due to the differences in the structure and organization of its health systems.
A vigil against the economic, commercial and financial blockade that the United States has imposed on Cuba for more than 60 years was held Thursday in different cities around the world, including Rome, Albany (New York), Barcelona, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Havana and Holguin, according to a message that the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs posted on Twitter to highlight the inhumane nature of this policy in violation of the human rights of the entire Cuban population.
Ralph Gonsalves, St. Vincent and the Grenadines PM, called today not to forget who we are, to keep in mind that history that defines the peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean, and is essential for the ALBA-TCP.