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Presidents of Cuba and Russia hold talks in the Kremlin

The president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, and Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel held an important meeting today in the Kremlin as part of the official visit of the Cuban head of state to the Russian Federation.

The two leaders discussed the current state and prospects for the development of the Russian-Cuban strategic partnership in the political, economic-commercial, cultural, and humanitarian spheres, as well as exchanged views on key issues on the international agenda.

Presidents of Cuba and Algeria report results of meeting

The presidents of Algeria, Abdelmajid Tebboune, and Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, announced Thursday in Algiers the results of a meeting in which they agreed to boost economic, trade, financial and cooperation ties.

Speaking to the press after the meeting between the two heads of state at the Presidential Palace 'El Muradia', Tebboune told the media that it was decided to cancel the debt services and postpone their repayment to another time.

Cuba and Algeria united by ties of brotherhood

Algeria is one of the nations included in the tour that President Miguel Diaz Canel is making through Asia, Africa and Europe.   Cuba has maintained excellent historic relations with Algeria, marked by friendship and cooperation.  Algeria is also Cuba's main trading partner on the African continent.

Havana International Fair -- FIHAV 2022 -- returns

After two years of COVID 19 pandemic, the Havana International Fair is back, an opportunity to show Cuba's potential and promote business in important branches between national and foreign companies.

More than 60 nations have confirmed their attendance to the event, which shows the confidence and interest in the Cuban market, despite the U.S. blockade that seeks to hinder the commercial relations of the Caribbean nation with the rest of the world.

Overwhelming victory for Cuba at the UN: 185 countries vote against the blockade

United Nations, November 3 (RHC)-- Cuba celebrates Thursday a new victory in its struggle against the U.S. blockade, by achieving overwhelming support in the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) for a resolution approved by 185 votes in favor, two against and two abstentions.

The two countries voting against the resolution were the United States and Israel.   The two absentions were Ukraine and Brazil.  

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