Third list of major editions of

Third list of major editions of

Publisher: Jorge Hernandez

CUBA: The President of Cuba received credentials from new ambassadors

The President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, received today the letters accrediting the new ambassadors of Nicaragua, Suriname, Chile, Laos, New Zealand, Nauru, Senegal, Albania and Kenya.

CUBA: Cuba and China highlight political coincidences

Cuban Foreign Ministry officials today, in an exchange with China’s Foreign Ministry Director-General for Latin America and the Caribbean, Cai Wei, highlighted the coincidences at the political level.

FRANCE: Cuban foreign minister describes trip through African countries as profitable

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez, today in the French capital, considered the trip made by African countries in recent days as an opportunity to strengthen ties in different sectors.

UK: Johnson’s retirement sparks races to replace him

Today’s resignation of Britain’s Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson has started the race to succeed him, although we’ll have to wait until next week to know the timeline of the competition.

COLOMBIA: The President-elect of Colombia appoints his Minister of Education

Colombia’s President-elect Gustavo Petro announced today that academic and economist Alejandro Gaviria will become the new education minister.

VENEZUELA: The Venezuelan state of Anzoátegui condemns the US blockade of Cuba

The Legislative Council of the Venezuelan state of Anzoátegui today approved a solidarity agreement with Cuba and the rejection of the United States’ economic, trade and financial embargo on the Caribbean island.

PANAMA: Educators in Panama have an indefinite sabbatical

Representatives of teachers’ unions in western Panama’s Veraguas province decided today to consult with bases and impose an indefinite work stoppage in public schools.

HAITI: UN regrets little progress in investigation into attack in Haiti

The United Nations Office in Haiti (Binuh) today expressed concern at the lack of tangible progress towards justice for assassinated President Jovenel Moïse and asked for the investigation to move forward.