Cuba in Ireland

Important Notice.

Important Notice.

The Consular Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba in Dublin, will be closed from Thursday 13th June and reopen to the public on Wednesday 7th August 2019.

For those who need to apply for Tourist Cards ONLY, please contact the Agency below.

Cuba Travel / gohop.ie

Address: 38 Pearse Street, Dublin 2

Contact: (01) 241 2341

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9:30 to 13:00 hrs & 15:00 to 17:30 hrs.

Cuban tribute to the Irish victims of the great famine of the 19th century.

Cuban tribute to the Irish victims of the great famine of the 19th century.

Sligo, May, 2019. The city of Sligo was the site of the Irish national commemoration of the victims of the great famine that struck Ireland between 1845 and 1850.

The great famine not only caused nearly one million victims, but another million people had to emigrate looking for new opportunities to the most varied latitudes.

Today several tens of millions of people in the world recognize their Irish origin.

The Cuban Ambassador to Ireland participated in the James Connolly Festival organized by the Communist Party of Ireland.

The Cuban Ambassador to Ireland participated in the James Connolly Festival organized by the Communist Party of Ireland.

Dublin May 2019. Within the framework of the various activities planned for the fifth edition of the James Connolly Festival, organized by the Communist Party of Ireland, Cuban Ambassador Hugo René Ramos Milanés was invited to participate in a debate entitled "The World is in a state of crisis, why? "

Along with Cuban diplomat Eugene McCartan, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Ireland and Moataz Kkalifa, of the Communist Party of Sudan, spoke.

Ambassador of Cuba participates in the Fifth Irish Policy Conference of UNITE.

Ambassador of Cuba participates in the Fifth Irish Policy Conference of UNITE,

Dublin, May 15th, 2019. On the 13th and 14th of May, the Fifth Irish Policy Conference of UNITE was held in Dublin, to which the Ambassador of Cuba in Ireland, Hugo René Ramos Milanés, was invited.

The conference addressed from the union perspective the main issues that concern the working class in the most varied sectors and strategies to promote solutions.

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