The blockade also impacts agricultural companies and farmers in the U.S.

Farmers and business leaders in the United States and Cuba agreed that the blockade imposed by the U.S. government on our country seriously limits agricultural commerce and hinders development of the potential that exists, during the Third Cuba-US Agricultural Trade Conference in Havana

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel met with participants in the conference, thanking them for their efforts demanding an end to the blockade and promoting trade. 

Donation from US solidarity groups arrives in Cuba

Havana, Apr 11 (Prensa Latina) A load of 3,400 kilograms of powdered milk collected by groups of Cubans residing in the United States and other organizations of that nation in solidarity with Cuba was received today in this capital.

The donation, which arrived at the José Martí international airport, has an approximate value of 15,813 dollars, and will go to the oncology hospitals of Havana and Holguín, in the east of the island, as well as to older adults from the Salvation Army home, reported the promoters of the initiative.

Díaz-Canel holds a meeting with participants at the III Cuba-United States Agricultural Business Conference

Cuba ratifies its political will and its economic and commercial will to continue expanding trade with US agricultural producers

A recognition of the Cuban people and Government to the American farmers, for the effort they have made within the US society to normalize relations with Cuba, was made by the President of the Republic, Miguel Díaz- Canel Bermúdez, to participants in the III Cuba-United States Agricultural Business Conference, which will be held in Havana from Tuesday until tomorrow.

For the peace and the abolition of foreign military bases

Peace activists, anti-war activists and friends of Cuba will gather in Guantanamo once more, from May 4 to May 6, 2022 to demand the elimination of foreign bases and facilities in the countries of our region and worldwide.