Practically after buying the ticket to come to the International Humanistic Workshop 2019, the president of the United States Donald Trump prohibited travel to Cuba, eliminated thousands of tickets to get to the island on the cruise ships, who is he punishing? Gustavo Gac-Atigas, Chilean writer based in North America. In the Cuban capital,… Continue Reading »
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The blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba prevents US citizens from traveling, as tourists, the Bellamar Caves, a National Monument of remarkable natural values, said Rosa Meylín Díaz García, administrator of the destination. Diaz García affirmed that some 14 thousand 500 foreign hikers agreed to the privilege of knowing it during this year… Continue Reading »
There are things that at my age, which I have seen a lot, I still, do not understand. I want to give several examples: in any plenary it is made a vote for a law, a resolution, and the delivery of a house (I refer to Cuba), in short, you need to find a consensus… Continue Reading »
At the end of the summer, the preparatory phase of the high season begins for the arrival of tourists at the first beach and sun pole in the country. It is, in my opinion, the optimal time to perfect the work and strive to achieve the quality standards required by this service, so relevant to… Continue Reading »
The cities of Pittsburgh and Matanzas, twinned since February 20th, 1998, reaffirmed their relationships during the exchange that took place at the headquarters of the Matanzas government.
What happened this October 26th at the 71st session of the United Nations General Assembly when it voted in favor of the Cuban resolution that calls for ending the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States for more half a century to the largest Antillean island, is the reflection of those words of our José Martí when he said:
“Iun just beginning, from the bottom of a cave is more than an army!”
The poet Carilda Oliver Labra, National Literature Prize, said in Matanzas joy on the Cuban victory against the blockade by getting the most votes in the plenary of the United Nations, the signal strength of solidarity.
“No sector of the economy and Cuban society that has not suffered the negative impact of the blockade,” said Lazaro Rodriguez Forte, president of the National Association of Economists and Accountants of Cuba (ANEC) in the province of Matanzas during the interview Radio 26 about this day, when once again the largest of the Antilles presented its draft resolution against the blockade before the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN).