In this interview, Pablo Medina explains the details of his meeting with Dr. Luis Almagro at the OAS
The parade featured police, K-9 units, special forces, healthcare workers, marching bands, and more. Additionally, there was a "water parade" to celebrate the marine division and first responders.
As part of these celebrations, the National Prize for Journalism was awarded, one as a postmortem recognition of the work of Cuban journalist Vicente Escobal; the second to the Nicaraguan journalist Vicente Izaguirre and the third to the prominent Cuban journalist and radio host Juan Garau.
Again we approach him and again we are not wrong. Dr. Almagro's reading about the presence of nearly 30,000 Venezuelan migrants crowded on the southern border of the United States is not a game or another problem that both the Caracas regime and its opposition want to make invisible.
Journalist Juan Garau talks with Tony Calatayud about different current national and hemispheric political issues.
OAS Secretary General Luis Almagro received Venezuelan Congressman Pablo Medina Carrasco.
The congresswoman responded to questions from all those present, on issues as important as the current immigration policy and the future of irregular migrations affecting the United States economically and socially.
We talked with Juan Manuel Sucre, candidate for Councillor, Seat 2, of the City of Doral, in Miami, Florida.
Senator Marco Rubio participated in a press conference that took place at the Museum of the Cuban Diaspora, in Coral Gables, Miami, Florida, in which different television and press media, as well as Latino influencers, participated.
“This state-of-the-art facility was made possible thanks to the Doral residents that voted to approve the Parks Bond and invest in their recreational spaces. It will be the catalyst for more cultural arts opportunities in the community.”