On January 28, 2020, the outlet opened another headquarters in Havana which aims at producing contents in both English and Spanish.
Ever since its creation, teleSUR has suffered the impact of the blockade, censorship, persecution of their journalists, cutting off of their signal, and more. Nevertheless, as the multimedia networks mark its 15 years of existence on July 24 and a new wave of neoliberal governments keeps the region in turmoil, teleSUR determination to survive only grows stronger.
Declaration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba
Cuba makes its clinic in La Paz available to the Bolivian people
• Cuba denounces usurpation of the clinic by putschist
In the afternoon of July 21, the Bolivian de facto authorities publicly informed that the facility known as “Clínica del Colaborador” (Cooperation Workers’ Clinic), which is owned by the Republic of Cuba and had been raided by law enforcement authorities on November 15, 2019, would be fitted out to assist Bolivian COVID-19 patients.
The vaccine developed in China will be a universally accessible public good, the Chinese foreign minister said.
Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Wang Yi, said on Wednesday China will grant a credit of one billion dollars so that Latin American and Caribbean countries can access the vaccine against Covid-19 during a virtual meeting with a group of Latin American and Caribbean counterparts.
The meeting co-chaired by Mexico and China aimed to consolidate international cooperation against the novel coronavirus and jointly address the challenges arising from the pandemic.
Statement of the Cuban Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Rogelio Sierra Díaz, at the Special Video-conference among the Foreign Ministers of China and Latin America and the Caribbean on the Covid-19 pandemic
We appreciate the kind invitation conveyed by the People’s Republic of China to exchange on the best experience achieved in coping with the COVID-19 pandemic and the prospects for cooperation during the recovery stage. We would like to commend the work carried out by the Mexican Pro Tempore Presidency of CELAC.
In recognition of Cuba's successful work in confronting SARS-COV-2, eight outstanding Cuban scientists and academics have been invited to join the World Inter-Academy Partnership’s COVID-19 Advisory Group.
This selection is indicative of respect for the work carried out by Cuban scientists and specialists in combating the pandemic, which has affected more than 14 million people on the planet, causing the death of more than 590,000 human beings, of whom only 87 were Cuban.