The world looks to Havana

This V meeting of the leaders of the Caribbean based in Havana receives attentive news coverage from the media world and the Cuban nation with a broad representation of media professionals.

Cuba holds the look of the world over the Internet, essentially through Twitter and Facebook, and other communication platforms with news, reviews and photos relating to the meeting.

Greater cooperation and integration for the benefit of the people is the primary objective in this meeting that social networks reflected from Saturday with the reception at the Jose Marti International Airport Caribbean leaders.

Since this morning in the press room of the V CARICOM Summit at the base of the monument to José Martí in the Plaza of the Revolution, attended by reporters, photojournalists, cameramen, editors, journalists, different national media and outsiders.

More than a hundred journalists broadcast the inauguration, the opening speech of the President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Raúl Castro Ruz, and the intervention of Gaston Alphonso Browne, Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, acting president of the Community of Caribbean and Irwin LaRocque, Secretary General of CARICOM, and gave way to the debate behind closed doors between the prime ministers and heads of delegations.

The official website of the Union of Journalists of Cuba, Cubaperiodistas, reported the press room has a television signal center online (streaming) from the official service, telephone and photocopier facilities that contribute to editors, photojournalists, editors, cameramen and journalists present at the meeting, to do their work with greater efficiency and immediacy.

Translated by: Daysi Olano Fernandez

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