New York, 12 February 2020. South-South cooperation has proven to be an effective tool for developing countries and for redesigning the architecture of international cooperation. It represents the consolidation of partnerships among our nations and the establishment of the guidelines to identify the authentic needs of developing countries.
New York, 12 February 2020. The impact of the blockade is not a Cuba´s fabrication. It causes inestimable humanitarian damage; it is a flagrant, massive and systematic violation of human rights of the Cuban people, including our children´s and teenagers´. (…) The damage accrued by nearly six decades of blockade exceeds 922 billion dollars.
Havana, February 7, 2020. During the closure of the National Assembly’s fourth period of ordinary sessions, December 21, President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez said: "In the 61st year of the Revolution they threw us to our deaths and here we are, alive. Without a doubt, 2019 was a year of great challenges, with an escalated imperialist offensive meant to provoke the economic collapse of the nation.
V International Conference
FOR WORLD BALANCE
With All and for the Good of All
January 26-29, 2021
In Havana, Cuba
The José Martí Project of International Solidarity, sponsored by the United Nations Organization for Education, Science, and Culture (UNESCO) was approved by the 32nd General Conference of that organization in 2003 and since then has had the accompaniment of the Social and Human Sciences of that organization.
New York, 5 February 2020. Cuba celebrated today the adoption of the United Nations Population Fund (UNPFA) Country Programme for Cuba, after it was adopted by consensus by the Members States of the Executive Board of the United Nations Programme for Development, the United Nations Population Fund and the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS).