In statements offered to the press today, the Cuban Foreign Minister spoke about what will happen tomorrow, October 31, regarding the debate on the annual resolution presented in the UN by Cuba against the U.S. blockade. The vote itself will take place this Thursday, November 1.
From November 13th to December 16th an exhibition of Cuban cinema will take place in Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra cities. The films Hello Hemingway (1990), El Benny (2006) and Cuba Libre (2015) will be screened.Come along to enjoy the opportunity of having a different approach to the Cuban culture and its people.For more information, please visit the website as following: cinelatinofilmfestival.com.au
Yesterday afternoon, the United States permanent mission at the UN began circulating eight amendments to the Cuban resolution calling for an end to the blockade, reported Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parilla during a press conference at the ministry in Havana.
He reported that the amendments basically address aspects related to the UN’s 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, and the human rights issue, a subject that the U.S. government attempts to use to discredit Cuba – unsuccessfully.
On 15 and 16 October, the First Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba, Marcelino Medina González, completed an intense agenda of exchanges with authorities of the Commonwealth of Australia, as part of his official visit to this country.
On 15 October, Medina González chaired the meeting on Political Consultations held at the headquarters of the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, based in Canberra capital city. The counterpart delegation was led by the Vice Minister for Europe and Latin America, Christopher Langman.