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U.S. and Cuba Hold Another Meeting To Discuss Human Rights

On October 14, the U.S. and Cuba met in Havana for another discussion of human rights.[1]

According to Cuba’s Deputy Director General for Multilateral Affairs and International Law, Pedro Luis Pedroso Cuesta, Cuba “defended the universality, indivisibility and interdependence of all human rights,” including social and cultural rights. 374 more words


کیوبا سے سیکھنے کو بہت کچھ

گزشتہ اتوار امریکی صدر بارک اوباما کا ہوانا کے ہوزے مارتی ائیرپورٹ پر اترنا اور تین دن کیوبا میں گزارنا اس صدی کے چند اہم واقعات میں شمار ہو گا۔ عالمی میڈیا پر یہ تاریخ ساز دورہ بیس تا بائیس مارچ چھایا رہا۔ پاکستانی میڈیا بھی ضرور اہمیت دیتا اگر کولکتہ میں بھارت کے ہاتھوں شکست خوردہ پاکستانی ٹیم کو کوسنے سے فرصت ملتی۔


Raúl Castro’s Declaration Regarding the First Anniversary of U.S.-Cuba Rapprochement 

On December 18, Raúl Castro, the President of Cuba’s Council of Ministers and Army General, issued on state television a Declaration regarding the first anniversary of U.S.-Cuba rapprochement. 557 more words


Results of Second Meeting of U.S.-Cuba Bilateral Commission

On November 10 the U.S.-Cuba Bilateral Commission held its second meeting, this time in Washington, D.C.[1]

Before addressing specific topics of possible agreement, the Cuban delegation reiterated its insistence “on the necessity to lift the blockade as a top priority, for it continues to affect the Cuban people as well as Cuba’s operations and relations with third countries, given its extraterritorial scope, and hinders the development of normal economic and commercial relations with the United States. 441 more words