Miguel Díaz-Canel's agenda began yesterday, July 18, with a visit of the Frank País International Orthopedic Sciences Complex, which is involved in a major project to renovate its facilities and services. This was just one stop on a tour of such works underway in Havana, as a salute to July 26.
Cuba will defend principles such as non-meddling in the internal affairs of states and the right to peace at a preparatory meeting for the upcoming Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM).
The Ciegoplast industry, which produces high-density polyethylene pipes and fittings, currently offers great contributions for new investments and rehabilitation of the hydraulic system in Cuba, according to its directors.
Namibia's former President Sam Nujoma has condemned the U.S. blockade against Cuba and expressed his appreciation for the international cooperation that the Caribbean country has offered to the African peoples since the 1960s.