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Cuba will hold a panel discussion on business opportunities for nationals residing abroad

Havana, 22 November 2021. A panel discussion on business and investment opportunities for Cubans living abroad will take place on-line on December 1, within the framework of the II Cuba 2021 Business Forum, scheduled for November 29 to December 2.

This business forum, aimed specifically at our nationals abroad, constitutes one of the main novelties of the event and will contribute to the strengthening of ties, specifically in the economic-commercial sphere, between the nation and Cubans residing outside the country.

Cuba maintains zero-tolerance policy towards human trafficking

New York, 22 November 2021. The Minister of Justice of the Republic of Cuba, Oscar Silvera Martínez, delivered today a pre-recorded statement at the high-level meeting of the General Assembly on the appraisal of the United Nations Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons. In his remarks, he reaffirmed that his country, as a State Party to the United Nations Convention on Transnational Organized Crime and its Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, is firmly committed to preventing and combating this crime.

Cuba's voice rises on New York radio

New York, 22 November 2021.  Cuba's voice was heard this Sunday in New York City, through the interview given by Ambassador Yuri Gala, Deputy Permanent Representative of Cuba to the United Nations, to WBAI's program Voices of Resistance.

More than 27.8 million anti-Covid-19 doses administered in Cuba

Havana, 22 November 2021. A total of 27 million 872 thousand 484 doses of national vaccines against the SARS-CoV-2 virus, causing Covid -19, were administered in Cuba, the Health Ministry reported today.

According to the Office’s website, 10 million 129 thousand 65 people have gotten a dose of Cuban immunizers, while nine million 168 thousand 994 already have a second, and eight million 574 thousand 425 have been administered the third dose.

Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Cuba supports Nicaragua’s decision to withdraw from OAS

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba supports Nicaragua's decision to denounce the Charter of the Organization of American States (OAS) and to resign from this Organization.

The OAS has remained silent on many occasions when coups d'état have taken place in our region. It has also been an accomplice to attempts at isolation and military interventions and has supported economic aggressions.

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