Cuba in Kenya

V CELAC SUMMIT: SPECIAL DECLARATION 4: ON NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT

SPECIAL DECLARATION 4: ON NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT
 
The Heads of State and Government of Latin America and the Caribbean, gathered in
the Dominican Republic, on occasion of the Fifth Summit of the Community of Latin
American and Caribbean States (CELAC), on January 25, 2017;
1. Reaffirm our commitment to the consolidation of Latin America and the Caribbean as
a “Zone of Peace,” proclaimed during the II CELAC Summit held in Havana, Cuba,

US Blockade Against Cuba Still in Place 55 Years Later

After acknowledging that bullying Cuba for decades proved to be a bad and losing strategy, the U.S. changed course, but not entirely.

Many believe since U.S. and Cuba restored diplomatic relations, the blockade imposed on Cuba by the U.S. is over, but 55 years later, it remains in place.

Cuban Vice-President talked with Kenya's Health Minister in Nairobi.

Nairobi, January 31. The Minister of Health of Kenya, Dr. Cleopa Kilonzo Mailu, received in Nairobi the Vice President of the Council of State of Cuba, Salvador Valdés Mesa, who made a brief transit through this city, after presiding the delegation of his country to the 28th Summit of The African Union, held in Ethiopia.

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