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Beijing, Apr 21 (Prensa Latina) Beijing is busy decorating its public spaces and other final preparations for hosting next week''s second Forum on the Belt and Road for International Cooperation.


Beijing, Apr 21 (Prensa Latina) Beijing is busy decorating its public spaces and other final preparations for hosting next week''s second Forum on the Belt and Road for International Cooperation.


Beijing, Apr 21 (Prensa Latina) Beijing is busy decorating its public spaces and other final preparations for hosting next week''s second Forum on the Belt and Road for International Cooperation.


Beijing, Apr 21 (Prensa Latina) Beijing is busy decorating its public spaces and other final preparations for hosting next week''s second Forum on the Belt and Road for International Cooperation.


Beijing, Apr 21 (Prensa Latina) Beijing is busy decorating its public spaces and other final preparations for hosting next week''s second Forum on the Belt and Road for International Cooperation.


The Havana Reporter No.7/ Apr 16, 2019Congressman James Mcgovern´s visit to Havana and his views on Cuba-U.S. relations are featured in The Havana Reporter´s seventh issue of the year, published April 16th.

Another article focuses on an initiative introduced by members of Congress Rick Crawford (R) and Cheri Bustos (D), aimed at facilitating sales of U.S. agricultural products to the Caribbean island.

This issue offers the reader further details about Prince Charles of Wales and his wife’s recent visit to Havana, which helped to consolidate cooperation between the United Kingdom and Cuba.

The reader will also learn about the natural disaster relief that a Cuban medical brigade is rendering in Mozambique in the aftermath of the hurricane.

Also included in this issue is information on the forthcoming International Danzón festival, Cuba´s national dance form, Acosta Danza´s new season and Havana’s embellishment in celebration of its 500th anniversary on November 16th.

Among the regional highlights is an analysis of the Latin American leaders who have joined the U.S. campaign to topple the Venezuelan government of president Nicolás Maduro.

The sports features cover this year´s program of regattas between the U.S. and Cuba and Cuban athletes´ preparations for the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, with 350 national competitors already qualified.

We would like to take the opportunity to inform our readers that The Havana Reporter will now be a monthly publication.


The Havana Reporter No.7/ Apr 16, 2019Congressman James Mcgovern´s visit to Havana and his views on Cuba-U.S. relations are featured in The Havana Reporter´s seventh issue of the year, published April 16th.

Another article focuses on an initiative introduced by members of Congress Rick Crawford (R) and Cheri Bustos (D), aimed at facilitating sales of U.S. agricultural products to the Caribbean island.

This issue offers the reader further details about Prince Charles of Wales and his wife’s recent visit to Havana, which helped to consolidate cooperation between the United Kingdom and Cuba.

The reader will also learn about the natural disaster relief that a Cuban medical brigade is rendering in Mozambique in the aftermath of the hurricane.

Also included in this issue is information on the forthcoming International Danzón festival, Cuba´s national dance form, Acosta Danza´s new season and Havana’s embellishment in celebration of its 500th anniversary on November 16th.

Among the regional highlights is an analysis of the Latin American leaders who have joined the U.S. campaign to topple the Venezuelan government of president Nicolás Maduro.

The sports features cover this year´s program of regattas between the U.S. and Cuba and Cuban athletes´ preparations for the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, with 350 national competitors already qualified.

We would like to take the opportunity to inform our readers that The Havana Reporter will now be a monthly publication.


The Havana Reporter No.6/ Mar 31, 2019Details of the upcoming 13th Biennial of Havana and developments in Cuba-U.S. relations are featured in this year´s sixth issue of the Havana Reporter, published March 31st.

The cultural section also includes articles on the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Film Institute (ICAIC) and Havana´s Museum of Rum.

Other highlights of this issue focus on the performance and goals of Cuba´s tourism industry and the growing activity reported at the Mariel Special Development Zone.

Among the regional topics discussed in this issue are the attacks on Venezuela to topple the government of President Nicolás Maduro and Caribbean nations´reactions to their inclusion on a European Union´s black list associated with the financial sector.


The Havana Reporter No.6/ Mar 31, 2019Details of the upcoming 13th Biennial of Havana and developments in Cuba-U.S. relations are featured in this year´s sixth issue of the Havana Reporter, published March 31st.

The cultural section also includes articles on the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Film Institute (ICAIC) and Havana´s Museum of Rum.

Other highlights of this issue focus on the performance and goals of Cuba´s tourism industry and the growing activity reported at the Mariel Special Development Zone.

Among the regional topics discussed in this issue are the attacks on Venezuela to topple the government of President Nicolás Maduro and Caribbean nations´reactions to their inclusion on a European Union´s black list associated with the financial sector.


The Havana Reporter No.24/ Dec 30, 2018As the last issue of 2018 is circulating, the staff of the Havana Reporter takes the opportunity to wish its readers a Happy New Year,  reaffirming its commitment to continue working to propitiate a greater understanding of Cuba, the rest of  Latin America and the Caribbean.

Published December 30, this issue features an article on the 60th anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban Revolution, which will be celebrated on January 1st, and a roundup of its foreign policy in 2018.

Other highlights focus on the Cuban film industry´s work in the year about to end, including the 40th edition of the New Latin American Film Festival, recently held in Havana.

The results of the annual poll conducted by the Prensa Latina news agency to select the year´s best athletes-both male and female- in the region are published in this number too.

This issue also takes a look at the growing relations between China and Latin America as well as the peace process in Colombia, among other international topics.


The Havana Reporter No.24/ Dec 30, 2018As the last issue of 2018 is circulating, the staff of the Havana Reporter takes the opportunity to wish its readers a Happy New Year,  reaffirming its commitment to continue working to propitiate a greater understanding of Cuba, the rest of  Latin America and the Caribbean.

Published December 30, this issue features an article on the 60th anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban Revolution, which will be celebrated on January 1st, and a roundup of its foreign policy in 2018.

Other highlights focus on the Cuban film industry´s work in the year about to end, including the 40th edition of the New Latin American Film Festival, recently held in Havana.

The results of the annual poll conducted by the Prensa Latina news agency to select the year´s best athletes-both male and female- in the region are published in this number too.

This issue also takes a look at the growing relations between China and Latin America as well as the peace process in Colombia, among other international topics.