Cuba in Ireland

Ambassador of Cuba in Ireland meets with the Vice President of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Chamber of Deputies.

Ambassador of Cuba in Ireland meets with the Vice President of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Chamber of Deputies.

Dublin, January 15, 2018. The Cuban Ambassador to Ireland, Hugo René Ramos Milanes, paid a courtesy visit to Independent Deputy Maureen O Sullivan, who also serves as Vice President of the Joint Commission on Foreign Affairs, Trade and Defense of the Irish Chamber of Deputies and is also a member of the Parliamentary Group of Friendship with Cuba.

The meeting that took place in a fraternal environment, served to explore alternatives that contribute to the development of relations between Cuba and Ireland and particularly inter-parliamentary relations.

Cubans in Ireland celebrate 59 years of victories.

Cubans in Ireland celebrate 59 years of victories.

Dublin, 13.01.2018. A representation of the Cuban citizens settled in Ireland and grouped in the Ernesto Che Guevara Association, met at the Embassy's headquarters to commemorate the 59th anniversary of the Cuban Socialist Revolution and the advent of 2018.

After taking a brief summary of the work carried out in the course of 2017 and highlighting the presence of three delegates of that Association at the Meeting Cuban Resident in Europe held in Milan, as well as the agreements adopted there, the participants outlined the new goals to be achieved in the year that has just begun.

The US blockade against Cuba is condemned in Ireland

Ireland, October 25, 2017. Members of solidarity groups, trade unions and political forces, as well as Cuban residents in Dublin and media representatives, met at Liberty Hall, headquarters of SIPTU (Services Industrial Professional and Technical Union) to condemn the criminal blockade that the United States imposes on the Cuban people for more than 50 years.

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