Cuba in Cambodia

Virtually with university students and Timorese fellows in the kingdom of Cambodia

The Cuban Ambassador in Phnom Penh, Liurka Rodríguez, met virtually with university students and Timorese fellows in the kingdom of Cambodia, with whom H.E Ambassador discussed the impact of Covid-19 on the educational sector. H.E Ambassador denounced that the aggressive policy of the United States against the Greater Antilles prevents the use of virtual platforms or recognized applications such as Zoom, for which there were various initiatives to support the non-face-to-face teaching process. 

Cambodians Greet Good News on Cuba

Cambodians and Cubans celebrated here the return of the island to normalcy, such as the reopening to tourism, the resumption of the school year and the effectiveness of their anti-COVID19 vaccines. Businessmen, intellectuals, artists and Cubans living in the kingdom sent their best wishes for peace and prosperity to the Island.

Cambodia Fresh News: Havana Denounces Cynicism of US-Cuba Policy

The Cuban government roundly denounced the maneuvers orchestrated by the United States aimed at subverting the internal order and provoking a regime change in the Caribbean island. In a meeting with the Diplomatic Corps accredited in Havana, foreign minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla warned on Wednesday that in no way will the persistent US aggression, intensified in recent months, to generate conditions of internal destabilization, be allowed to spoil the moment of recovery and joy that the country is experiencing with the control of the COVID19.

Cambodians greet good news on Cuba

Cambodians and Cubans celebrated here the return of the island to normalcy, such as the reopening to tourism, the resumption of the school year and the effectiveness of their anti-Covid-19 vaccines. Businessmen, intellectuals, artists and Cubans living in the Kingdom sent their best wishes for peace and prosperity to the Island.

Cuban leaders congratulate Cambodia on independence anniversary

Cuba's top leaders on Tuesday contratulated their counterparts in Cambodia on the occasion of the 68th anniversary of the country's independence. In a message to the King of Cambodia, Norodom Sihamoni, Miguel Diaz-Canel, first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party and Cuban president, ratified the commitment to continue working together to improve bilateral relations of friendship and cooperation.

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