Cuba in Denmark

President of the Danish Parliament receives the Ambassador of Cuba.

President of the Danish Parliament receives the Ambassador of Cuba.

Copenhagen, December 7, 2021. The President of the Danish Parliament, Henrik Dam Kristesen, received at the local headquarters, in the Christiamborg Palace, the Ambassador of Cuba to the Kingdom of Denmark, Roger López García.

The Cuban diplomat conveyed the will of the National Assembly of People's Power of Cuba (ANPP), the Cuban legislative body, to promote inter-parliamentary relations, as a contribution to the development of ties of friendship between the two countries and for the benefit of both peoples.

Arbejderen, publishes critical approach of the Cuban Ambassador in Denmark

Arbejderen, publishes critical approach of the Cuban Ambassador in Denmark

The face of truth.

The events that occurred on July 11 in Cuba reveal the purpose of the powerful North American empire to provoke a change in the system in the rebellious Caribbean Island.

The damages and losses of the impact of the cruelest economic, commercial and financial blockade, denounced 28 times in the United Nations General Assembly, are not enough, but now, in the conditions aggravated by the SARS-CoVid-19 pandemic, the United States used as a perfect ally for political purposes.

Danish handshake to Cuba on a special July 26th

Danish handshake to Cuba on a special July 26th

On this special July 26, the Danish-Cuban Association reaffirms its solidarity with Cuba and its belief that the Cuban people can and will win another victory in defense of the Revolution, socialism and self-determination.

The story of July 26, contains a symbolism that calls for struggle against oppression and for the right to social progress, freedom, solidarity and internationalism inside and outside Cuba.

Washington’s accusation in its report that Cuba engages in people trafficking is a lie

Washington’s accusation in its report that Cuba engages in people trafficking is a lie
  • Declaration by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

On July 1, 2021, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken submitted his department’s ‘2020 Trafficking in Persons Report’, a document which, in common with others of the kind published by the Department, entirely lacks international or moral authority; it is a vehicle purely for false accusations and political blackmail.

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