Paraguay's President Mario Abdo Benítez Monday said he was frustrated with the purchase of anticoronavirus vaccines through the World Health Organization's (WHO) Covax program, because “it did not work.” Abdo also thanked the countries which have donated immunizers to Paraguay.Add your comment!
Uruguayan President Luis Alberto Lacalle Pou was Latin America's best president when it came down to handling the coronavirus pandemic, a study by the international consulting firm Ipsos released over the weekend has shown.Add your comment!
Paraguay's National Customs Directorate (DNA) and the Supreme Court of Justice (CSJ) have reached an agreement whereby a Digital Nationalization Certificate was created to speed up the import of vehicles and agricultural machinery, it was announced FridayAdd your comment!
India's laboratory Bharat Biotech is still waiting for clearance on the part of the Asian country's Government for the shipment of the 2 million doses of anticoronavirus vaccines purchased by Paraguay, it was reported Tuesday.Add your comment!
Paraguayan Justice Minister Cecilia Pérez Sunday considered maximum security wards for imprisoned women were necessary after ammunition was found near the Buen Pastor correctional facility. women's prison and the work they did to prevent them from entering the prison.
Paraguayan President Mario Abdo Benítez Friday announced he would be traveling to Miami in the United States after the bodies of close relatives of his wife were retrieved from the ruins of the Surfside Champlain Towers which collapsed in June.
Paraguayan authorities Friday voiced their concern over the appearance of four cases of the coronavirus Delta variant in the Brazilian neighboring State of Parana due to the daily crossing of people through the Friendship Bridge linking Foz do Iguazu with Ciudad del Este.
On the eve of Thursday's Mercosur summit, Uruguay informed its partners that it will proceed with negotiations, expecting to reach trade agreements with third parties or blocks, outside of the four founding members group.
Paraguay's inflation in June stood at 0.4%, according to a Central Bank report issued Friday in Asunción. The new data showed a slight improvement, compared to May's 0.6%, for a total of 1.5% in the first half of the year 2021.
Paraguay's Lower House Wednesday passed an emergency bill on river navigation and authorized dredging works at the Paraguay, Paraná and Apa rivers as downspouts prevent normal navigation. The document now goes to the Executive Branch for consideration.