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Cuba supports South Africa's claim before the International Court of Justice against Israel's genocide in Palestine.

Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterates its deep concern at the continuing escalation of violence by Israel in the illegally occupied Palestinian territories, in flagrant violation of the Charter of the United Nations and international law, including numerous UN resolutions.

Cuba prioritizes job creation and youth protection.

Cuba today gives high priority to the development of actions to promote employment and care for young people who study or work and live in families in vulnerable conditions.

According to the Minister of Labor and Social Security, Marta Elena Feitó, these efforts are part of the Policy for the Integral Attention of Children, Adolescents and Youth in Cuba, approved last July in the National Assembly of People's Power.

Cuba supports South Africa's claim before the International Court of Justice against Israel's genocide in Palestine

Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterates its deep concern at the continuing escalation of violence by Israel in the illegally occupied Palestinian territories, in flagrant violation of the Charter of the United Nations and international law, including numerous UN resolutions.

Cuba supports South Africa's claim before the International Court of Justice against Israel's genocide in Palestine

Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterates its deep concern at the continuing escalation of violence by Israel in the illegally occupied Palestinian territories, in flagrant violation of the Charter of the United Nations and international law, including numerous UN resolutions.

Science Day for the South, a milestone for developing countries.

The proclamation of September 16 as International Science, Technology and Innovation Day for the South today represents an important step for developing nations and the premise of leaving no one behind.

The new date, adopted Tuesday by the United Nations General Assembly, highlights the key role of scientific and technical advances in economic growth and sustainable development.

Cuban Head of Mission meets with political leader MacDella Cooper.

Monrovia, January 10, 2024 - In the afternoon, the Cuban Head of Mission Mercedes L. Martinez Herrera received at the diplomatic headquarters the visit of political leader MacDella Cooper who in the meeting expressed her good wishes for the New Year.

During the fraternal exchange, Mrs. Cooper referred to the achievements of women and their continuous struggle for empowerment, referring to Cuba as one of the countries where women are at the center of the economic and social development of the country.

Cuba remembers the murder of young people in Tarará 32 years ago.

Cuba recalls today the murder, 32 years ago, of four young combatants who were defending the coasts of the Caribbean nation, an event known as the Tarará crime.

On this date in 1992, a group of criminals attacked the nautical base of that urbanization in eastern Havana, with the purpose of stealing a boat and fleeing to the United States.

The aggression resulted in the murder of combatants Orosmán Dueñas (20 years old), Rafael Guevara (30), Yuri Gómez (19), while Rolando Pérez Quintosa (23) was seriously wounded.

Fidel Castro's triumphal entry to Cuba's capital is reenacted.

Representatives of the new generations of Cubans together with veteran combatants of the Rebel Army reenact today the entrance of those troops to this capital in 1959 under the command of Fidel Castro.

The historic event, which took place a few days after the triumph of the guerrilla forces over the tyranny of Fulgencio Batista (1952-1959), allowed the first direct contact of the population with the uniformed revolutionaries and their leader.

Cuba ratifies budget priority to Public Health and Education.

Cuba ratified today the priority given to Public Health and Education by approving salary incentives that will benefit almost one million workers in both sectors, government sources said today.

During a televised appearance on the news program Mesa Redonda, the heads and executives of these ministries, and of the Ministry of Finance and Prices (MFP), explained the government's measures to increase income and improve services to these personnel.

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