Cuba in Kenya

Chancellor of Madagascar received Cuban Ambassador.

Antananarivo, November 7. Heny Rabary-Njaka, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Madagascar, received the ambassador of Cuba, Ernesto Gómez Díaz, at the Foreign Ministry's headquarters, who presented him the copies of his credentials.

During the lively dialogue, both interlocutors exchanged about the current state of bilateral relations and agreed on the need to continue advancing in the strengthening of cooperation relations.

Principal Secretary of Kenyan Chancellery spoke with Cuban Ambassador.

Nairobi, October 18. The Principal Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade of Kenya, Monica Juma, received today at the headquarters of the Foreign Ministry the Cuban Ambassador in this African country, Ernesto Gómez Díaz, who paid on her a courtesy call.

Cuban Ambassador to Kenya was received by the CEO of the Nation Media Group.

Nairobi, October 17. Joe Muganda, chief executive of the Nation Media Group, received today in Nairobi Ernesto Gómez Díaz, Cuba's ambassador to Kenya, who paid him a courtesy call.

During the visit to the important group, Muganda acknowledged Cuba's valuable contribution to the African continent's struggle against colonialism and highlighted the historical dimension of the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz.

Vice Chancellor of the USIU received the Cuban Ambassador in Kenya

Nairobi, October 6. Professor Paul Tiyambe Zeleza, Vice Chancellor of the United States International University-Africa (USIU), received the Cuban Ambassador to Kenya, Ernesto Gómez Díaz, who paid him a courtesy call this morning at the headquarters of this educational institution.

Ambassador of Cuba in Kenya visited University of Nairobi.

Nairobi, 26 September. Professor Peter M.F. Mbithi, the highest authority of the University of Nairobi, received the Cuban ambassador in Kenya, Ernesto Gomez Díaz, at the headquarters of that house of high studies, who paid him a courtesy call today.

During the fraternal meeting, both sides addressed the potential for developing bilateral cooperation in the areas of teaching and scientific research, especially in the fight against malaria and human resource formation, among many other fields.