The Embassy and the Consular Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba in Dublin, will be closed from Friday 29th June and reopen on Monday 20th August 2018.
For those who need to apply for Tourist cards ONLY, please contact the Agency below.
Address: 38 Pearse Street, Dublin 2
Contact: (01) 241 2341
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday
9:30 to 13:00hrs & 15:00 to 17:30hrs
Belfast, June 22, 2018. Fernando Gonzalez Llort, Hero of the Republic of Cuba and President of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples concluded his activities in Belfast with a meeting with representatives of the organizations of solidarity with Cuba, the meeting was chaired by Jackie Pollock, member of the executive of the "Irish Congress of Trade Unions" and Regional Secretary of UNITE.
Belfast, June 22, 2018. During his visit to Belfast Fernando González Llort had the opportunity to visit various places that perpetuate the memory of fallen republicans and numerous civilian victims of conflicts in Northern Ireland, also erected as monuments to peace that families and new generations strive to consolidate and preserve.
Belfast, June 22, 2018. After the courtesy visit to the Mayor of Belfast, Fernando had the opportunity to make a brief tour of the city where he was shown the physical limits that were imposed in the past and that delimited the neighborhoods between Catholics and Protestants, between unionists and republicans, as well as scenarios of confrontations and authoritarian repressions.
Belfast, June 22, 2018. On his arrival in Belfast, Fernando Gonzalez Llort, Hero of the Republic of Cuba and President of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples, was received by Deirdre Hargey, Mayor of the city, who welcomed him to the historic city, second in importance of the island.
Fernando had the opportunity to visit the Palace headquarters of the Mayor's Office and learn about the history of the city, its people and this particular building.