Cuba’s Foreign Minister, Bruno Rodriguez, has begun a two-day official visit to Spain today in response to an invitation from the authorities of this European country
Spanish Foreign Affairs Minister, José García-Margallo, said that his country’s ambassador in Caracas was summoned after statements of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
Nicolas Maduro said on Tuesday that his government may take measures against Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s government, which urged Caracas to release right-wing opposition leaders.
The development of relations between Cuba and Spain focused the official visit of the Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Minister of that European Nation, Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo.
King Felipe VI called to set sights toward a new 21st century Spain, updated and united, with respect to its population’s plurality and an integrated and accountable monarchy.
The 62 percent of Spaniards support the proposal of a referendum on Monarchy or Republic, brought up to politics with the abdication of the King, according to the poll of the Metroscopia company released this Sunday.
The United Left (IU) has requested that the European Union (EU) denounce the U.S. ZunZuneo program for its attempts at destabilizing Cuba.
The former president of the Spanish Government Adolfo Suárez died as a result of worsening neurological disease, said medial sources of the clinic where he was admitted since last Monday.
Spanish police arrested 24 people while the Civil Protection services reported that a hundred people with slight injuries were treated during the actions in the anti-government demonstration held Saturday.
Spanish Head of Government Mariano Rajoy defended here his working reform Tuesday, which had been put in force by his administration a year ago, though more than 850,000 jobs were cancelled in that amount of time.