Cuba in UN

Hemingway's Life and Work Brings writers from Six Countries to Cuba.

Havana, June 13, 2019. Motivated by the life and work of Ernest Hemingway, researchers from six countries will gather in this capital to participate in the 17th International Colloquium on this American writer, Nobel Prize in Literature, event organizers reported.

According to the executive president of the meeting, to be held June 20 to 23, the colloquium will take place, this time dedicated to commemorate the 93rd anniversary of Hemingway's first publication entitled Fiesta and the 90th of the emblematic Farewell to Arms.

Cuba Hosts Conference on US and Hemispheric Affaiers.

Havana, June 12, 2019.Conference on studies about US and hemispheric affaiers has opened this Wednesday at Havana University (UH) with a program that includes a panel on the application of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act.

The event, hosted by the UH's Center for Hemispheric and U.S. Studies, is attended by Cuban and foreign analysts, historians, and researchers, the organizers said.

The conference includes presentations on Cuban American political attitudes, President Donald Trump's strategy for Africa, as well as US-Latin American-Cuban relations.

Eusebio Leal Says Helms Burton Harms Cuban Sovereignty.

Havana, June 11, 2019.The historian of Havana, Eusebio Leal, affirmed on Tuesday that the application of Title III and IV of the Helms Burton Act on May 2 harms Cuba´s peace and sovereignty.

In statements to Prensa Latina, Leal highlighted the absolute and strict rejection of all the illegal, extraterritorial and immoral measures taken by Washington government against the island.

'This act not only threatens Cuban peace, but also that of all the peoples of the world,' he expressed.

NY Times Says Removing Cuba´s More Doctors Program Affects Brazilians.

Washington, June 11, 2019.The New York Times reported on Tuesday that Brazilian government´s decision on stopping Cuba´s More Doctors Program still affects 28 million people.

The information recalled that President Jair Bolsonaro said they could solve the absence of Cuban professionals counting on the graduation of about 20,000 physicians per year, but six months after having taken office in January, such statement has not become real.