Doha, April 12 (QNA) - The Cultural Village Foundation-Katara is gearing up for the inauguration of the ‘Roots’ festival, an event that will showcase Latin American and Caribbean cultures through a host of music and dance performances and exhibitions. The event is scheduled to kick off on the 18th of April, and will last until the 22nd of April, as announced in a press conference. The came during a press conference held by Katara today and attended by a number of diplomats from various missions to Doha representing the twelve participating countries.
The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the ALBA-TCP member countries reject the aggression against the sister Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, as well as the manipulation and lies that threaten its sovereignty, independence and stability, and those of the entire region. We, the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the member countries of the Bolivarian Alliance of Latin America - People's Trade Treaty, at the 15th meeting of its Political Council in Havana: Reject the aggression and manipulation inflicted on the sister Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, as well as
Cuba is looking forward to an increase in tourist flow from Qatar as the Caribbean country is preparing to host an International Tourism Fair (FITCuba 2017) about 40 days from now. The fair would be held between May 3 and 6. At a presentation on tourism prospects in his country, Cuban ambassador Eumelio Caballero Rodriguez said the fair, the most important professional event of Cuba’s tourism industry, will be held in Holguin, which he described as one of the most exotic tourism destinations of the entire South American continent.
HAVANA. — The United Nations expressed its full support for Cuba this March 22, in order to contribute to the sustainable management of water resources in the country in the face of challenges such as drought and food security. UN Resident Coordinator in Cuba, Myrta Kaulard, noted that this multilateral body and its agencies are entirely disposed to supporting the Caribbean nation.