Cuba in Qatar

Expansion to increase Cuban Hospital OPD capacity by 30%

Cuban Hospital

Gulf Times, October 19, 2019. - Cuban Hospital, part of Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), has embarked on a 24-month-long construction programmed as part of a major expansion effort at enhancing the patient experience and improving access to specialized medical care for the population living in Dukhan and the western districts of Qatar.

HOSTILE U.S. MEASURES IMPOSED ON CUBA SINCE JUNE OF 2017

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PRINCIPAL CHANGES IN US POLICY TOWARD CUBA MADE BY DONALD TRUMP

June 16, 2017

÷÷ Increased restrictions on travel to Cuba for U.S. citizens, by reducing the number of categories of travel permitted with a general license, as opposed to a specific permit from the Treasury Department.

÷÷ Reinforcement of the blockade via the Helms-Burton Act of 1996.

Ambassador's interview with the Minister of Culture and Sports

Doha, October 1.- Yesterday, Cuban Ambassador Eumelio Caballero Rodríguez held an interview with S.E. Mr. Salah bin Ghanem bin Nasser Al Ali, Minister of Culture and Sports of the State of Qatar with whom he analyzed the prospects for future cooperation in the fields of culture and sport, as well as other issues of common interest. The meeting took place in a friendly and friendly atmosphere.

 

 

 

Cuba presents report on impact of U.S. blockade this past year

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Cuba’s Foreign Minister, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, offers a press conference September 20 to present the country’s report to the General Assembly outlining the full impact of the U.S. blockade over this last year. The resolution entitled “The need to end the economic, commercial, and financial blockade imposed by the United States of America against Cuba” will be presented for the 28th time to the United Nations General Assembly, where the international community has repeatedly expressed its support for the island and condemnation of the hostile U.S. policy.

A delegation from BIOCUBAFARMA completed a working visit to Qatar

BIOCUBAFARMA

A delegation composed of Dr. Mayda Mauri, Vice-President of BIOCUBAFARMA and Dr. Rafael Pérez Cristia, Director-General of the State Centre for Drug Control, made a working visit to Doha, invited by the Qatari Ministry of Public Health, the 15-18 of this month. The delegation developed an extensive program that included meetings and interviews with the Qatari Minsap, with drug regulatory authorities and production companies.

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