Cuba in Dominica

Opening of a Book of Condolences on the occasion of the death of Commander in Chief, Fidel Castro Ruz.

Fidel Castro Ruz, Comandante en Jefe.

The Embassy of the Republic of Cuba announces the opening of a Book of Condolences on the occasion of the death of Commander in Chief, Fidel Castro Ruz, former president of the Council of States and Ministers and Historical Leader of the Cuban Revolution.

The opening of the Book of Condolences will be held from Monday, November 28 to Saturday, December 3.

Hours: From 10:00 Hrs to 17:00 Hrs

Place: Embassy of the Republic of Cuba, Morne Daniel.

DECLARATION OF THE DOMINICA FRIENDSHIP ASSOCIATION AGAINST BLOCKADE

DOMINICA-CUBA FRIENDSHIP ASSOCIATION AGAINST THE BLOCKADE.

DECLARATION OF THE DOMINICA FRIENDSHIP ASSOCIATION

LIFT THE BLOCKADE NOW!!!

This criminal, this dirty, this senseless, this stinking blockade against the heroic people of Cuba should cease immediately. Can´t the U.S. administration and its brutal and criminalistics foreign policy against the free people of the world realize it’s time to let go?.

Cuba and Dominica renew Health Cooperation Agreement.

Cuba and Dominica renew Health Cooperation Agreement.

Dominica, Roseau, October 24, 2016. In an official ceremony, the Minister of Health, Dr. Kenneth Darroux, representing the Ministry of Health and Environment of Dominica and the ambassador, Juan Carlos Frómeta by the Ministry of Health of Cuba, renewed the cooperation agreement on health between the two countries.

Convocation of the National Assembly of the People’s Power Republic of Cuba against the Blockade.

The National Assembly of the People’s Power Republic of Cuba against the Blockade

The people of Cuba continue their centuries’ long struggle in the reconquest of full justice.  Along this road they have given ample proof of their capacity for resistance in the face of enormous challenges.  One such challenge is the economic, commercial and financial blockade which has been imposed by the United States of America and has remained in place for over fifty years.

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