Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba

On March 13, the government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland requested the Cuban authorities the granting of a berthing permit for the MS Braemar, from the Fred Olsen cruise lines, to berth at a Cuban port, with a small number of passengers affected by the novel coronavirus (SARS CoV 2/Covid-19), and their repatriation via airplane.

The State of Indiana joins others who look forward to more engagement with Cuba

(From left to right Third Secretary Dariel Quintana, Third Secretary Yanet Pumariega, Senate Minority Leader Timothy S. Lanane)

The Third Secretaries of the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba to the United States, Yanet Pumariega and Dariel Quintana, visited Indiana on 25-27 February. The diplomats had the opportunity to meet with several officials there and to talk about the mutual benefits of improving the bilateral relations between Cuba and the United States.

Declaration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba: Cuba rejects the pretexts of Bolivian putschist authorities to suspend diplomatic relations

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Plurinational State of Bolivia announced the decision of the putschist Government to suspend diplomatic relations with the Republic of Cuba, claming that the Cuban Government has systematically affected bilateral relations and has been hostile towards the Bolivian authorities.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba strongly rejects the unfounded allegations of Bolivia’s de facto government.