Haiti Reaffirms Support to Cuba in Fight Against U.S. Blockade

1 Port au Prince, Sep 6.- Haiti reiterated its willingness to continue supporting Cuba in the fight against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States for over fifty years. That stance was confirmed during a meeting of the new Haitian Foreign Minister Pierre Casimir with Cuban Ambassador Ricardo Garcia, Cuban diplomatic sources told Prensa Latina today.

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New UN Envoy to Syria Afraid of Failing his Mission

0 London, Sep 4.- The new UN envoy to Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, described his mission as nearly impossible, and expressed pessimism at the escalation of violence by an opposition backed by the United States and its allies. "I'm aware of how difficult it is. I cannot say impossible, but nearly impossible," said Brahimi, an ex Foreign Minister of Algeria who

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CELAC, China to Discuss Further Cooperation

0 Beijing, Aug 8.- Authorities from China and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) will discuss in this capital, how to broaden the basis for the development of bilateral ties, including economic cooperation. Chile's Foreign Minister Alfredo Moreno, Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro, and Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister Rogelio Sierra, representatives of the Troika of the Latin American-Caribbean bloc

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Cuban President Raul Castro Wraps up Vietnam visit to Pay Official Visit to Russia

2 Havana, Cuba, Jul 10.- Cuban President Raul Castro will begin an official visit to the Russian Federation on July 11. According to Granma daily newspaper, Raul Castro is being accompanied by the vice-president of Cuba’s Council of Ministers Ricardo Cabrisas, and foreign minister Bruno Rodriguez. The Cuban head of state previously visited China and Vietnam, where he met with

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Cuba, Asia Express their Interest in Increasing Cooperation

0 Havana, Cuba, Jun 24.- The potential for cooperation between Cuba and the Asian countries was expressed in recent days with a visit to the Caribbean island of Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapaksa and Indian Foreign Minister, S. M. Krishna. The Sri Lankan president, who remained in Cuba from June 15 to 19 June, considered that his stay in the

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Cuban FM Attends NAM Ministerial Meeting in Egypt

4 Cairo, May 9. – Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla is heading the Cuban delegation to the ministerial meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Coordinating Bureau, which opened in Sharm El-Sheikh on Wednesday.   Rodriguez arrived on early Wednesday in the Egyptian coastal resort near the Red Sea, where the Cuban delegation that negotiated for two days the documents to

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UN General Assembly Tackles Pakistan-US Tense Relations

3 United Nations, Sep 27. – The tense relations between Pakistan and United States will be specially tackled at the UN speech the foreign minister of the South Asian nation Hina Rabbani Khar will address to the UN General Assembly. A spokesman of the headquarters of the Pakistani Prime Minister Yuosuf Raza Gilani said that he talked with Khar by

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Brazil Not Hopeful on Climate Change Summit

1 Brasilia, Oct 27. -Brazil is not very hopeful about reaching agreements at November's climate change summit in Mexico, and the United States would set a bad example if it comes without proposals, said Foreign Minister Celso Amorin. "Expectations for Cancun (Mexico) are limited. We do not expect to reach any important agreements," said Amorin during a meeting of the

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