Cuba in Ireland

The Mayor of Belfast welcomes Fernando Gonzalez.

The Mayor of Belfast welcomes Fernando Gonzalez.

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.

The Hero of the Republic of Cuba Fernando Gonzalez Llort, is welcomed by Irish solidarity.

The Hero of the Republic of Cuba Fernando Gonzalez Llort, is welcomed by Irish solidarity.

Dublin, June 21, 2018.  The “Liberty Hall”, historical headquarters of the SIPTU union was the scene chosen for the realization of a fraternal meeting of Fernando Gonzalez Llort, Hero of the Republic of Cuba and President of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples, with Irish personalities and organizations in solidarity with the Cuban Revolution.

Fernando Gonzalez makes a courtesy visit to the Mayor of Dublin.

Fernando Gonzalez makes a courtesy visit to the Mayor of Dublin.

Dublin, June 21, 2018. In the "Mansion House", official headquarters of the City Hall of Dublin, building with 300 years of history, was received Fernando Gonzalez Llort, Hero of the Republic of Cuba and President of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Towns by its Mayor Micheál Mac Donncha.

After the welcome offered by the Mayor, Fernando had the opportunity to tour the property and learn details of its history closely linked to the development of the city and the constitution of Ireland as an independent Republic.

Fernando Gonzalez holds a meeting with Minister John Halligan.

Fernando Gonzalez holds a meeting with Minister John Halligan.

Dublin, June 21, 2018. Fernando Gonzalez Llort, Hero of the Republic of Cuba and President of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples, as part of his work agenda in Dublin held a meeting with the independent deputy John Halligan, Minister for Training, Innovation, Research and Development.

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