NASSAU, 16 May 2017.-The Cuban Ambassador in The Bahamas, Ismara Vargas Walter, paid a working visit to the island of Eleuthera. Mr. José Reinel García Sánchez, Liaison Officer for Cuban Teachers of the Ministry of Education of Cuba in The Bahamas accompanied her.
During their stay in the Bahamian territory, both officials had the opportunity to exchange with Eleuthera education managers and the five Cuban teachers who collaborate in the island, teaching the subjects of Automechanics, Electricity, Agriculture and Chemistry.
Cubanacan group is currently in the process of establishing nine joint ventures with foreign chains, for the construction of four thousand rooms in Santa Maria del Mar and Santa Lucia, beaches located in Havana and Camagüey provinces, respectively.
According to Maria Isabel Gonzalez, Vice President of the company, the portfolio of opportunities includes 12 other projects that will involve the creation of new joint ventures for the development of hotels in Covarrubias (Las Tunas), Havana and Santa Lucia.
Cuban health officials have announced that the medication will undergo human clinical trials for the first time
In its efforts to halt the advance of Alzheimers and improve the quality of life of people suffering from the disease, Cuba announced the launch of human clinical trials on the medication NeuroEpo.
Kuwait, May 15, 2017. With an activity at the Embassy of Cuba in Kuwait, International Nursing Day and Mother's Day were celebrated.
During the ceremony the Cuban ambassador congratulated the members of the brigade of Cuban nurses working at the Dasman Institute for Diabetes for the celebration of the International Day of Nursing, commemorated last May 12, highlighting the example and consecration of this profession, so necessary to guarantee Human health.
Banjul, May 13, 2017. Members of the Gambia-Cuba Friendship Association and the José Martí Association of Graduates in Cuba met on Saturday May 13 at the island's diplomatic mission to once again express their support to the Cuban Revolution.
Amongst those who spoke, the president of the Gambia-Cuba Friendship Association, Mr. Modou P. Grant, highlighted the support of the Gambian solidarity movement for all the battles fought by the Cuban people, especially the fight against the blockade and more recently for the liberation of the Cuban Five.