Cuba regrets the death of the President of the United Arab Emirates;  They use Cuban medicine in China;  More than six million refugees to Russia;  Oil refinery privatized in Brazil

Cuba mourns the death of the president of the United Arab Emirates

“Heartfelt condolences to the people and Government of the United Arab Emirates, on the passing of the President, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.” This is how the member of the Political Bureau and Foreign Minister of the Republic, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, wrote on Twitter, who asked to send his message to the relatives and close friends of the president, who died at 73 years of age. (twitter)

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They use Cuban medicine in China

One of the leading products, Nimotuzumab, is one of the main monoclonals produced by the Chinese company with Cuban capital, Biotech Pharmaceutical, which currently “continues to make significant progress,” Deputy Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment, Déborah Rivas, reported on Twitter. . The drug is effective for patients with head and neck tumors in advanced stages, in combination with radiotherapy and chemoradiotherapy. (Infomed)

There are more than six million refugees in Russia

More than a million refugees from the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, and from Ukraine, came to Russia through the border in the Rostov region. Since the conflict escalated on February 24, more than six million refugees have fled Ukraine. Poland, Moldova, Spain and other European countries are recipients of Ukrainian migrants (AFP)

Oil refinery privatized in Brazil

The General Superintendency of Brazil’s antitrust regulator, the Administrative Council for Economic Defense, decided to approve the sale of the refinery that Petrobras has in Manaus, to the Atem group, without including restrictions on the operation. The sale of the refinery located in the state of Amazonas Brasileiro would be an initial step in the privatization of state-owned Petrobras. (RT)

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