Cuba in Ethiopia

ETHIOPIAN PRESIDENT ARRIVED TO CUBA

PRESIDENT OF ETHIOPIA IN CUBA

Havana, January 8, 2018. The President of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, H.E. Dr. Mulatu Teshome Wirtu, arrived to Cuba on Official Visit.  The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Ana Teresita González Fraga welcomed the President at "José Martí" International Airport.

In attendance  from the Cuban side, the Director for Subsaharan Africa in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Gisela García Rivera and Vilma Thomas Ramírez, Cuban Ambassador to Ethiopia.  From the Ethiopian side, H.E. Mr. Dewano Kedir was also present.

FAREWELL OF THE ETHIOPIAN PRESIDENT IN HIS OFFICIAL VISIT TO CUBA

Addis Abeba, January 8, 2018.  The President of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, H.E. Dr. Mulatu Teshome traveled in the early hours of this morning to Cuba to paid an Official Visit of four days.

The Cuban Ambassador to the African Union, H.E. Mr.  Angel Villa and the First Secretary of the Cuban diplomatic mission Mr. Germán Acosta, bid farewell to the Ethiopian dignitary at Bole´s International Airport.

PRESIDENT OF ETHIOPIA WILL VISIT CUBA

THE ETHIOPIAN PRESIDENT WILL VISIT CUBA

Addis Abeba.  The President of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, H.E. Dr. Mulatu Teshome, will paid an Official Visit to Cuba in response to the invitation sent by the President of the Council of State and Ministers of Cuba, Raúl Castro Ruz.

The visit will contribute to the further strenghthening of the relations between both countries, particularly the cooperation. 

CUBANS AND FRIENDS CELEBRATED THE 59 ANNIVERSARY OF THE REVOLUTION

Cubans and Ethiopians celebrated the anniversary of the Revolution

Addis Abeba.  The 59 anniversary of the Cuban Revolution was celebrated in a vibrant event hosted by the Embassy of Cuba in Ethiopia.

The Cuban Ambassador, H.E. Mrs. Vilma Thomas highlighted the results achieved by the Cubans in 2017 and invited them to work hard in 2018 in order to built a prosperous and sustainable socialist society.

In attendance were the staff of the Embassy, the Ethio-Cubans and other friends from various countries. 

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