Cuba in Ethiopia

Cuban Ambassador to Ethiopia visited the Addis Ababa University

Addis Ababa, May10, 2018.  The Cuban Ambassador to Ethiopia visited the University of Addis Ababa (AAU) where she meet the new President, Professor Tasew Woldehana. During the meeting, both parties considered the opportunity to promote cooperation between that University and similar learning centers of Cuba.

The AAU was established in 1950 and is the oldest and biggest university of Ethiopia.  Today,  48,673 students are enrolled in the center.

The longest serving worker of the Cuban Embassy retires

Addis Abeba, April 20, 2018.  The staff of the Embassy of Cuba bid farewell to Ato Kidane, the longest serving worker of the Mission due to his retirement after 40 years of oustanding performance of his duties.


Cuba present in the celebration of the Spanish Language Day

Addis Abeba, April 23,  2018.  In the UN headquarters in Ethiopia took place the celebration of the Spanish Language Day.  The Embassies of Spain and Latin America were in attendance.

Cuba showcased its tourists attractions, its traditional Guayaberas, crafts, food and Cuban cocktails such as the famous Mojito. #HacemosCuba.

Deputy Chairperson of the AU paid hommage to African heroes in Havana

Havana, 15 April 2018.  The Deputy Chairperson of the African Union Commission, H.E. Mr. Kwesi Quartey, laid a wreath flower in the African Heroes Park in Havana where are located the busts of about twenty former African leaders.

Accompanied by the Director of Subsaharan Africa in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Gisela García,  the Deputy Chairperson received an explanation on the park since its inception, as well as of the importance to preserve the legacy of the heroes and heroines of the African continent.

Cuban National Assembly elected the new President of the country

Havana, April 19, 2018.  The National Assembly of the People´s Power of Cuba elected H.E. Mr. Miguel Mario Díaz-Canel Bermúdez as the new President of the Council of State and Ministers.  The parliamentary body also elected H.E. Mr. Salvador Valdés Mesa as the new First Vice President.  The other Vice Presidents of the Council of State are:  Commander of the Revolution Ramiro Valdés Menéndez, H.E. Mrs. Gladys Bejerano Portela, H.E. Roberto Morales Ojeda, H.E. Mrs. Inés María Chapman Waught and H.E. Mrs. Beatriz Johnson.