The Havana Reporter No.16

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Cuba and Saudi Arabia Forge Stronger Commercial Ties

Published on: Economy
Cuba and Saudi Arabia Forge Stronger Commercial Ties

The signing of five agreements over a six year period between Cuba and the Saudi Arabian Fund for Development shows the interest both have in strengthening trade links, something particularly highlighted by the last two agreements on the development of the Island’s water system.

Integral Early Education Defecit In Latin American

Published on: Cuba
Integral Early Education Defecit In Latin American

International experts who met in Cuba highlighted that, even though illiteracy has been eradicated in many countries in the region, a sustained effort is required in Latin America and the Caribbean to develop a comprehensive and diverse system of education.

Cuba Prepared for Possible Radioactive Events

Published on: Health & Medicine
Cuba Prepared for Possible Radioactive Events

Following a massive accident caused by an earthquake and subsequent tsunami at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant of Japan on March 11, 2011, the Cuban government adopted a number of measures to confront and manage the possible consequences of a similar situation on the island.

Ecuador Recovers from Earthquake

Published on: Politics
Ecuador Recovers from Earthquake

The joint efforts of government, the private sector and the general population have ensured that the Ecuadorian coastal region severely damaged by an earthquake last April 16, is recovering from the consequent destruction.

Diverse Quality Cuban Honey Products

Published on: Economy
Diverse Quality Cuban Honey Products

Cuba is implementing a development program until 2030 to better exploit its beekeeping productive potential and to develop new products with higher added values.

Cuba and US Discuss Compensation

Published on: Cuba
Cuba and US Discuss Compensation

The Cuban deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Abelardo Moreno, held a press conference at the Foreign Ministry headquarters on the outcome of the second informative meeting on mutual compensation between Cuba and the US in Washington on July 28 and 29.

Havana’s Monuments

Published on: Cuba
Havana’s Monuments

The unique charm of the city of Havana, founded in November 1519, is due in no small part to its many monuments, most of which are associated with personalities and events.

Electronic Waves By the Beach

Published on: Culture
Electronic Waves By the Beach

The coastline of Santa Cruz del Norte, in the Cuban province of Mayabeque, played host to the sixth edition of Cuba’s largest electronic music festival, under the tiltle of “VeranoenJibacoa” (Summer in Jibacoa).

New Vaccine Development In Cuba

Published on: Health & Medicine
New Vaccine Development In Cuba

The Cuban Biotechnological and Pharmaceutical Industry institution, BioCubaFarma, is developing new vaccines to increase the effectiveness and security indicators of pre-clinical trials conducted on the population.