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Sixth Cuba-US Bilateral Commission meeting held in Washington DC

The Cuba-US Bilateral Commission held its 6th meeting in Washington D.C., on September 19th, 2017. Ms. Josefina Vidal Ferreiro, General Director of the US Affairs Division of the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs led the Cuban delegation, and Mr. John Creamer, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs in the US Department of State, headed the US delegation.

US blockade against Cuba lifting demanded in Cambodia

Phnom Penh, september 17 2017. The Asociation of Camboyan graduated in Cuba, along with Cubans residents in the Country, demanded the US blockade agaisnt Cuba lifting. Those present at the gatherin also send a message of solidarity the the Cuban people, after the desvastation caused in the island recently by huracan Irma. 

Declaration of the Commission on International Relations of the National People’s Power Assembly in response to the Resolution on Cuba adopted by the European Parliament on July 5, 2017.

The Commission on International Relations of the National People’s Power Assembly strongly rejects the unacceptable Resolution on Cuba that has just been adopted by the European Parliament, for it runs counter to the principles of respect, equality and reciprocity contained in the Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement that was signed in Brussels on December 12, 2016, by Cuba, the European Union and its member States.

Cuban Minister of Foreing Affairs will hold a press conference

The Minister of Foreing Affairs of Cuba, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, who is paying a work visit to Austria, will hold a press conference in Vienna, on Monday, June 19th,  at 4:00 p.m (09:00 p.m. - Cambodia).
The Cuban Minister will address important and current issues related to Cuban foreing policy.
The  press conference will be transmitted live by Cuban television and radio, and also by the Youtube channel of the Cuban Foreign Ministry official site (

Statement by the Revolutionary Government of Cuba

Statement by the Revolutionary Government of Cuba
On June 16, 2017, US President Donald Trump delivered a speech full of hostile anti-Cuban rhetoric reminiscent of the times of open confrontation with our country in a Miami theater. He announced his government’s Cuba policy, which rolls back the progress achieved over the last two years since December 17, 2014, when Presidents Raúl Castro and Barack Obama announced the decision to re-establish diplomatic relations and engage in a process towards the normalization of bilateral relations.