President of Zimbabwe receives vice president of Cuba

Zimbabwean President Emmerson D. Mnangagwa received Cuban Vice President Inés María Chapman in the State House in the evening, at the end of the dinner organized with the heads of delegations present in Harare on the occasion of Mugabe's funerals . During the meeting, which was held in a friendly environment, President Mnangagwa thanked Cuba's gesture of sending a high-level delegation, and ratified the friendship between Cuba and Zimbabwe, ensuring that the consolidation will continue.

Cuban Vice President says good bye to Mugabe with emotional message

Cuban Vice President Inés María Chapman spoke this afternoon at the farewell tribute held at the Harare National Stadium to the recently deceased leader Robert Mugabe. In her speech, the vice president recalled the friendship between Mugabe and Fidel Castro, and the brotherhood between the people of Cuba and Zimbabwe. She also mentioned the support provided by the African nation in the cuban fight against the blockade, and how more than 3,000 Zimbabweans have graduated in the caribbean island in the fields of Health and Education from the 80s to date.

Vice President of Cuba arrives in Harare for Mugabe funerals

In the afternoon of today the Vice President of Cuba Inés María Chapman arrived in Harare, leading the delegation that will honor the former president of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe. The African leader died on September 6 in Singapore, he was 95 years old.

Ambassador signs Book of Condolences for the death of Robert Mugabe

The Cuban ambassador to Zimbabwe signed this morning the Book of Condolences opened for the diplomatic corps based in Harare, for the death of former president Robert Mugabe. The Zimbabwean leader died on September 6 in Singapore, the country in which he received health treatment. Mugabe was a great friend of Cuba and is recognized as the founding father of the Nation.

The First Vice Minister of MINREX makes an official visit to Zimbabwe

The First Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Marcelino Medina González, made an official visit to Zimbabwe from September 5 to 7, as part of his tour of Southern Africa. During his visit he held meetings with Zimbabwe's Vice President Kembo Mohadi, the President of Parliament Adv. Jacob Mudenda, his equivalent in the Zimbabwean Foreign Ministry, Amb. James Manzou, Minister of Health Obadiah Moyo and the Minister of Youth, Sports, Arts and Recreation, the Olympic multi-medalist Kirstry Coventry.