Cuban government authorities highlight the work of scientists in the country

Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez highlighted the work of the country's scientists, on the occasion of today's Science Day in the Caribbean nation.

"Congratulations to Cuban scientists, who demonstrate every day that #SíSePuede," the president wrote on his Twitter account.

In his message, the head of state thanked the example represented by the Cuban scientific community and noted that "with talent, discipline and perseverance we can develop and you are our best inspiration."

Cuba thanks Nigeria for its support against the genocidal US blockade.

Nigeria, January 16th, 2023.- The Cuban ambassador in this country, Clara M. Pulido Escandell, was received by Ambassador Samson Itegboye, director of International Organizations of the Nigerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

During the meeting, the Cuban diplomat, on behalf of the Cuban people and government, conveyed to the Nigerian executive the gratitude for Nigeria's support for the Cuban resolution against the blockade.

A meeting of friendship and solidarity.

The 64th Anniversary of the Cuban Revolution was celebrated in the city of Montreal, alongside friends in solidarity with Cuba, belonging to the Communist League of Quebec, and members of the Quebec-Cuba Solidarity Concertation Table.

The occasion was favorable for recalling global importance events of the history of our nation, as well as for the cordial exchange between the participants and the Consul General, Susana Malmierca Benitez.

January 15 - Cuban Science Day

January 15 - Cuban Science Day

A day like today in 1960, during the celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the Speleological Society of Cuba, in the auditorium of the Academy of Medical, Physical and Natural Sciences of Havana, the Commander in Chief Fidel Castro gave a historic speech in which he emphasized: "The future of our Homeland has to be, necessarily, a future of men of science, of men of thought".

This date has been chosen to commemorate the Cuban Science Day. The Ministry of Science and Technology (CITMA) of Cuba, the Cuban Research Centers and all Cubans commemorate this special day.

Visit to Cuba by the Minister of State for External Affairs and Culture of India.

Meenakashi Lekhi, Minister of State for External Affairs and Culture of India concluded today a fruitful visit to Havana, which highlighted the willingness of both countries to continue strengthening bilateral ties of friendship and cooperation, on the occasion of the 63rd anniversary of the establishment of bilateral diplomatic relations on January 12.

Cuba participates in the "Voice of the Global South" Summit organized by India.

Higher education is a social public good, a human and universal right and a duty of the State, affirmed Cuba's Minister of Higher Education, José Ramón Saborido, during the virtual meeting with counterparts as part of the "Voice of the Global South" Summit, organized by India. The Minister participated in the panel on education at the Summit and ratified that Cuba, as President of the Group of 77 + China, has proposed to defend universal access to inclusive, equitable and quality education as an engine for development.

Secretary of the Indian Foreign Ministry celebrated 63rd anniversary of the establishment of relations with Cuba.

The Cuban Ambassador to India, Alejandro Simancas Marin, held a meeting with Dammu Ravi, Secretary for Economic Relations of the Ministry of External Affairs of India. In the exchange, they highlighted the 63rd anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries and their development over the years, on the basis of friendship, respect, dialogue and cooperation.

Travelers bound for Cuba will present the D'Viajeros digital form upon arrival in the country

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The experience is part of the country's efforts to achieve digital transformation. In addition, it is an international practice that promotes advance information for travelers, to expedite procedures at the terminals. As of next January 23, all travelers entering the national territory will present, at the airports, the D'Viajeros digital form, which contains their immigration, health and customs data, Rita María reported yesterday at a press conference. García González, director of Air Transport and International Relations of the Institute of Civil Aeronautics of Cuba (IACC). She added that the experience is part of the country's efforts to achieve digital transformation. In addition, it is an international practice that promotes advance information for travelers, to streamline procedures at the terminals.

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