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Very democratic exclusions in Los Angeles

By Roberto Morejón

In a communiqué published last January, the U.S. government stressed that in light of the convening of the ninth Summit of the Americas, it is valid to increase the capacity of democracies to close the gap between promises and what the authorities deliver.

However, the paradox in relation to Cuba stands out, since President Joseph Biden, who from the White House supports the tightening of the blockade dictated by Donald Trump, had promised during the electoral campaign to make it more flexible.

Diaz-Canel rejects Cuba’s exclusion from Summit of the Americas

Havana, Apr 26 (Prensa Latina) President Miguel Diaz-Canel on Tuesday backed the denunciation of Cuba's possible exclusion from the Summit of the Americas, scheduled for next June in the United States.

On his Twitter account, the president highlighted the statements by Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, who on Monday denounced the pressures exerted by Washington on many countries in the region to oppose that decision.

Interview granted by the Cuban Ambassador to the Seychelles Nation newspaper on the occasion of the 44th anniversary of bilateral relations between Cuba and Seychelles

Cuba and Seychelles: 44 years of friendship, cooperation, mutual respect and political dialogue

Yesterday, April 12, Seychelles and Cuba celebrated 44 years of diplomatic relations under the premises of friendship, cooperation, mutual respect, solidarity and political dialogue.

To mark this occasion, Ambassador Martha Hernández Caneiro readily answered our questions.

Seychelles NATION: How can you describe the relationship between Seychelles and Cuba?

Travelers to Cuba will not need PCR or vaccination certificate

Havana, Apr 4 (Prensa Latina) Cuba will stop requiring PCR tests and proof of a complete Covid-19 vaccination scheme for international travelers arriving in the country, the national director of Epidemiology, Dr. Francisco Duran, informed on Monday.

The easing of measures, which will come into effect on April 6, were adopted after taking into account the high immunization rate in the country, where three doses and a booster have been administered to a large part of the population.

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