Third list of main topics of the Latin Press Day

Editors: Roberto Hernández and Julio César Mejías.

CUBA: Cuba and the EU confirm the vitality of the political dialogue agreement

Cuba and the European Union (EU) verified here the vitality of the Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement (ADPC) between this Antillean nation and the community bloc, Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez reported today.

URUGUAY: President Lacalle Pou defends adherence to the Trans-Pacific agreement

President Luis Lacalle Pou today defended Uruguay’s right to join the Trans-Pacific Agreement, despite objections from its partners in the Southern Common Market (Mercosur).

PARAGUAY: They ask to name Julian Assange UNESCO ambassador

Paraguayan Alternative Nobel laureate Martín Almada asked Unesco to appoint journalist Julian Assange as a Goodwill Ambassador to the world, the lawyer and educator also reported when disclosing the request today.

BOLIVIA: Bolivian Prosecutor’s Office admits complaints about the Santa Cruz strike

The Bolivian attorney general, Juan Lanchipa, confirmed today the acceptance of three criminal charges for the violent strike in Santa Cruz against the leaders of the so-called Inter-Institutional Committee.

PERU: Congress of Peru will see Castillo’s vacancy motion tomorrow

The countdown for the third attempt to vacate (remove) the president of Peru, Pedro Castillo, began today amid the triumphalism of his promoters, doubts about his success and omens of a new failure.

ECUADOR: Social organizations demand that the government comply with agreements

Indigenous and social organizations in Ecuador today demanded that the government comply with the agreements agreed upon in the dialogues that ended almost two months ago and are still on paper.

VENEZUELA: Maduro celebrated an agreement signed in Mexico with the opposition sector

President Nicolás Maduro today celebrated the agreement signed in Mexico between the Government of Venezuela and a sector of the opposition from the Unitary Platform, related to the most violent acts against the country.

COLOMBIA: Petro apologizes on behalf of the State for massacres in Colombia

The President of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, on behalf of the State, today apologized to the victims of the massacres known as La Granja and El Aro.

COSTA RICA: Costa Rica modifies regulations to eliminate abusive use of refuge

President Rodrigo Chaves affirmed today that the modification to the regulations on refuge in Costa Rica seeks to eliminate the open gate that allowed economic migrants to pass themselves off as in need of receiving refugee status.

EL SALVADOR: Call for deep debate on pension issue in El Salvador

The government proposal to reform the pension system in El Salvador today captures the attention of all sectors of society, including religious ones.

GUATEMALA: Work of Guatemalan journalists recognized, despite censorship

The Association of Journalists of Guatemala (APG) recognized today the communication professionals who, despite all the obstacles, are committed to the truth.

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: March in the capital for decent Social Security

A massive March for dignified Security and the elimination of Health Risk Administrators (ARS) and Pension Funds (AFP), took place today in the Dominican Republic, up to the National Congress.

UNITED STATES: They elect a replacement for Pelosi in the US House of Representatives

Democrats in the United States House of Representatives today elected New York Representative Hakeem Jeffries to succeed Nancy Pelosi as House Democrats in the next Congress.

BELGIUM: MEPs address Cuba’s achievements in culture and impact of the blockade

MEPs from various countries discussed today in the MEP with Cuban deputies Luis Morlote and Rolando González the island’s achievements in the field of culture and the impact of the US blockade in that sector.

RUSSIA: Cuban parliamentary leader delivers order to the head of the Russian Senate

The president of the National Assembly of Cuba (parliament), Esteban Lazo, delivered today the Order of Solidarity to the president of the Federation Council (Upper House of the Russian parliament), Valentina Matvienko.

ECONOMY: President of Venezuela demands to lift sanctions on the oil sector

The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, today demanded the lifting of all sanctions against his country’s oil industry, which he considered violate the agreements of the World Trade Organization.

SCIENCE: Less intense 2022 hurricane season, reports in Costa Rica

The 2022 hurricane season -from June 1 to November 30- was 36 percent less intense than the previous one, reported today the National Meteorological Institute (IMN) of Costa Rica.

CULTURE: Guatemalan Holy Week, Intangible Heritage of Humanity

Guatemala today added a new Intangible Heritage of Humanity with the inscription of Holy Week on the representative list of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco).

SPORTS: Argentina: “Citius, altius, fortius” in Qatar 2022

Argentina gave a 180-degree turn in their collective dynamics, taught a soccer lecture and fell to the knees of Poland (2-0) to star today in an Olympic jump to the round of 16 of Qatar 2022.

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Third list of main topics of the Latin Press Day