Humala Wants Stronger Peru-Chile Relations

1 Lima, Jun 4. -Peruvian progressive presidential candidate Ollanta Humala intends to strengthen relations with Chile, he said on the eve of the election runoff, in which he faces conservative Keiko Fujimori. Humala said at a press conference that better relations are necessary because both countries will always be neighbors, and he expressed interest in maintaining good relations with reciprocity,

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Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva Ends Visit to Cuba

2 Havana, Jun 2. -Former President of Brazil Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva ends his visit to Cuba on Thursday, pleased at the excellent state of relations between the two nations. During his stay, Lula da Silva met with President Raul Castro to discuss international current affairs. On Wednesday, the two statesmen toured a container terminal under construction in the

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Jesse Jackson: No More Wall between Cuba, USA

2 Doha, May 11. -The Rev. Jesse Jackson on Wednesday termed the U.S. economic blockade on Cuba as outdated and obsolete, and said he hoped for the restoration of relations between two nations that mutually need each other. "If we (the U.S. government) have been able to talk to, understand, and establish relations with China, which has an ideology different

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Cuban FM Highlights Relations with El Salvador

1 San Salvador, Dec 8. -Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez highlighted the bright prospects for the development of political, economic, commercial relations with El Salvador. In a meeting with members of the Committee of Foreign Relations, International Cooperation and Salvadorians Abroad of the Legislative Assembly of El Salvador, several legislators appreciated Cubaâ�Ös solidarity with the Salvadorian people, mainly in health

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Forum Promotes Integration on Four Continents

1 Montevideo, Nov 18. -The seminar "50 Years of Integration: Processes and World Policy", organized by the Latin American Integration Association (ALADI), ends Wednesday with presentations on Asian and European relations with Latin America. The event aims to promote exchange and high-level debate on the advance of different unity plans in the region, and in Europe, Asia and Africa, according

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Excellent Cuban-Russian Relations Highlighted

1 Havana, Oct 22. -Cuban First Vice President Jose Ramon Machado Ventura and Russian Vice President Alexander Dmitrievich Zhukov emphasized the excellent state of relations between their countries, the national press reported on Thursday. They agreed that the current state of bilateral ties is an expression of the historic relations of friendship between the two peoples and governments. On Wednesday,

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Cuba to be Highlighted at Academic Conference in Canada

0 Toronto, Canada, Oct 6. -Cuba, its reality, and its relations with its environment will be the focus of discussion by numerous academics at the Congress of the Latin America Studies Association, which opens today. LASA 2010 is a mega-event of some 5,000 scholars on Latin American and Caribbean, and this year, some 1,000 papers will be presented on a

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Cuban, Salvadoran Presidents for Increasing Ties

2 Havana, Oct 5. – The presidents of Cuba, Raul Castro, and El Salvador, Mauricio Funes, highlighted their common willingness to reinforce economic and trade relations and cooperation. After the welcoming ceremony, Raul Castro and Funes met at the Palace of the Revolution on Monday afternoon, and dealt with the current state of bilateral relations, restored in June 2009. They

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Chavez: New Opportunity for Ties with Colombia

0 Caracas, May 28. -Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez suggested that with the Sunday elections in Colombia, new doors could be opened for the resumption of relations with that country. During the inauguration last night of the socialist campaign command Bolivar 200, Chavez said he hopes the new Colombian president is a person open to dialogue and reach minimum agreements of

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Brazilian President to Reform World Economic Relations

1 Moscow, May 14. -Russia and Brazil will never cease to seek solutions to social problems, said today the Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who advocated for a reform in international economic relations. The South American head of state said his country supports Russia's entry to the WTO as a step towards further development of multipolarity. Lula da

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