The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba expresses its deepest concern at and utter rejection of the US president's unilateral declaration of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, which constitutes a serious, flagrant breach of the UN Charter, of international law and of the relevant UN resolutions.
We have been following with concern, the situation that has been created in Honduras after the elections of November 26. We reject the repression against popular protests, we regret the loss of human lives and we call to respect the will of the people. The complicit silence of the OAS and its Secretary General on this situation is striking. We reject interference in internal affairs and demand the right to peace and development of our peoples as expressed in the postulates of the Proclamation of Latin America and the Caribbean as a Zone of Peace.
December 3, 2017
Dominica, Roseau, september 16, 2017.The ambassador of Cuba to Dominica, Juan Carlos Frómeta, participated in the Day of Solidarity with Venezuela developed in this capital. The activity, organized by the Venezuelan Embassy, was attended by Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, members of his cabinet, members of the Cuban Medical Brigade and general public.
In the last few hours, natural phenomena have been impacting countries in the Wider Caribbean Basin.
Cuba expresses its solidarity with the Caribbean brothers affected by Hurricane Irma, especially with the people and authorities of Antigua and Barbuda, where our health workers continue to provide services and contribute to the recovery of the country.
Likewise, we reiterate our solidarity and support to the peoples and governments of Mexico and Guatemala, following the strong earthquake that struck last night and caused significant human and material losses.