EU activates civil protection to support Cuba in the face of fire

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The European Union (EU) said today  it is ready to coordinate aid to Cuba in the face of the fire that broke out in the Matanzas industrial zone, after the activation of its Civil Protection mechanism. The European Commissioner for Crisis Management, Janez Lenarcic, specified that Spain will send medicines and medical supplies to the island next Friday, making it the first of the 27 member states of the bloc to respond after activation.

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Initiatives in Belgium to support Cuba after the disaster

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The associations Cuba-Soberana and Cubanismo.be  launched today a call from Belgium aimed at encouraging solidarity with the island by transferring money and donations to alleviate the consequences of the fire affecting the industrial zone of Matanzas. This support is more than necessary to help the island in the purchase of medicines and medical supplies that are urgently needed in a situation like this, Cubanismo.be stressed.

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Cuba maintains its position in favor of the total elimination of nuclear weapons

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“It is unacceptable that nuclear-weapon States use the resources that should be directed to addressing the multidimensional effects of COVID-19 and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, to continue to develop new types of nuclear weapons", stated Cuba at the 10th Review Conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons General Debate.

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Latin Americans bring solidarity with Cuba to fruition

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Women and men from Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru and the Dominican Republic were part of the 27th Latin American and Caribbean Brigade of Voluntary Work and Solidarity with Cuba. Such a solidarity brigade, made up of 80 people, was established on Monday at the Julio Antonio Mella International Camp, located in the western province of Artemisa.

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Cuba recognized by Jamaica for medical solidarity

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Cuba received a recognition from the Jamaican Government for its medical cooperation support during the fight against Covid-19, Cuban Ambassador to Kingston Fermin Quiñones reported. Quiñones thanked Jamaica’s Minister of Health and Welfare Chris Tufton for the recognition. During the fight against the pandemic, more than 500 Cuban health collaborators provided services in public medical centers in Jamaica.

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