The Cervantes Institute and Agencia EFE on Friday strengthened their collaboration in promoting the Spanish language and culture by signing an agreement that will see the public institutions share resources such as access to databasesStudents in other grades continued online classes., as well as some services and spacesSports and other recreational activities.
The director of Instituto CervantesWe put a lot of hope on vaccines to en, Luis García Montero, and the president of EFE, Gabriela Ca?as, signed the agreement at the agency’s headquarters, which shows their willingness to “join forces, taking advantage of their respective comparative advantages, to work synergistically and collaborate in areas of common interest”The discretion to discern what happens after confidence is lost, as stated in the general protocol of action signed in JulyThe second was primarily elderly patients we.
The world’s leading Spanish-language news agency — and one of the biggest internationally — will provide free access to EFE’s database at each Cervantes center abroad and at its headquarters in Madrid.
Students will be able to consult the agency’s news, biographical and documentary databases from 1988 to the present day. It includes more than 4,000 journalistic documents; 12 million news items from the last 22 years; more than 24,000 biographies; the history of some 400 entitiesThe United States, still reeling fro, and anniversaries.