The Embassy of Cuba in Austria provides more information to compatriots, solidary friends and businessmen who have expressed their readiness to send donations to the affected families, following the devastating tornado which hit Havana last Sunday, 27 January.
Offers of donations from Austria, Slovenia, and Croatia can be communicated to EMBACUBA Austria at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Embassy of Cuba in Austria thanks all compatriots and friends of Cuba, who have expressed their solidarity with the Cuban people in the face of the damages caused by the devastating tornado which hit Havana last Sunday, 27 January.
To the compatriots and friends who have shown their willingness to send donations to the victims of the disaster, we inform you that a bank account No. 0300000005093523 of the International Finance Bank has been created to this purpose.
Ljubljana, 30 January 2019. The Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba to the Republic of Slovenia, His Excellency, Mr. Juan Antonio Fernández Palacios held a meeting with the highest authorities of this country: the President of the Republic, H.E. Mr. Borut Pahor; the Prime Minister H.E. Mr. Marjan Šarec; the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Miro Cerar; and other representatives of the State and Government, in the margins of the New Year´s reception which took place at Brdo Congress Center of Ljubljana, the capital of the European country.
The Deputy Minister of the Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs of Austria, Mr. Franz Wessig received the Cuban ministerial delegation composed of the Deputy Ministers of Foreign Trade and Investment, Ileana Núñez Mordoche; Finance and Prices, Félix Martínez Suárez; and the Central Bank of Cuba, Arnaldo Alayón Bazo.
The Deputy Minister of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Finance, Mr. Harald Waiglein received the ministerial delegation, composed of the Cuban Deputy Ministers of Trade and Investment, Ileana Núñez Mordoche; Finance and Prices, Félix Martínez Suárez; and the Central Bank of Cuba (BCC, by its Spanish initials), Arnaldo Alayón Bazo.
Both parties reviewed the state of bilateral economic, commercial, and financial relations and expressed their willingness to expand these ties.