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Cuban Revolution´s 60th Anniversary Celebrated in Ottawa.

Ottawa, January 30, 2019.- The Embassy of Cuba in Canada hosted the celebrations on the occasion of the 60th Anniversary of the Cuban Revolution, attended by Canadian government officials and parliamentarians, members of the Diplomatic Corps accredited to Canada, businessmen,  Cuban residents in Canada and members of solidarity with Cuba groups.

In her speech before an audience of over 300 people, Cuban Ambassador Josefina Vidal Ferreiro underlined Cuba´s economic and social achievements after the triumph of the Revolution and informed of the process for the adoption a new Cuban Constitution to be approved by Referendum next February.

Speech by the Ambassador of Cuba to Canada, Josefina Vidal during the celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the Triumph of the Cuban Revolution.

The Honorable Alaina Lockhart, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Tourism, Official Languages and La Francophonie,

Assistant Deputy Minister for the Americas, Michael Grant,

The Honorable Senator Peter Boehm,

Distinguished senators, members of Parliament, representatives of the Canadian Government, ambassadors, high commissioners and colleagues from the Diplomatic Corps,

Fellow Cubans who live and work in Canada, que siempre llevan a Cuba y a su pueblo en el corazón.

Statement by the Cuban Ambassador to Canada, Josefina Vidal January 30, 2019

Cuba understands the obligations of the government of Canada to protect its diplomatic personnel posted anywhere in the world and to try to find answers to the health symptoms reported in Cuba, however, it considers that Canada´s decision made public today is incomprehensible.

Cutting Canada´s staff at its Embassy in Cuba and adjusting the mission´s programs are actions that do not help find answers to the health symptoms reported by Canadian diplomats, and which will have an impact on the relations.

Statement by the Cuban Ambassador to Canada, Josefina Vidal January 30, 2019

Cuba understands the obligations of the government of Canada to protect its diplomatic personnel posted anywhere in the world and to try to find answers to the health symptoms reported in Cuba, however, it considers that Canada´s decision made public today is incomprehensible.

Cutting Canada´s staff at its Embassy in Cuba and adjusting the mission´s programs are actions that do not help find answers to the health symptoms reported by Canadian diplomats, and which will have an impact on the relations.

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