Cuba in Liberia

Diplomatic officials in Liberia talk with journalists from radio and state television on Liberian blockade against Cuba.

The headquarters of the Cuban diplomatic mission opened its doors to young Kolubah Zeyzey and Daniel Ankrah, deputy editor and producer respectively, of the Liberia Broadcasting System state broadcaster. They were received by the Charge d'Affaires Yordenis Despaigne Vera and Second Secretary Carmen Maury. The meeting is part of the actions of Cuban diplomatic mission to diversify and deepen relations with the Liberian media press and denounce the damages caused by the United States blockade against Cuba.

Liberians Newspapers The New Dawn and Daily Observer echoed Cuba's struggle against the blockade.

In its editions of September 30 and October 3, Liberians daily The New Dawn and Daily Observer respectively, devoted a section of its pages to Cuba and its struggle against the blockade. Both publications socialized information transferred in a recent press conference by the Charge d'Affaires of Cuba in Liberia, Yordenis Despaigne Vera, on economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed for more than fifty years unilaterally by the government of the United States against Cuba.

Charge d'Affaires of Cuba in Liberia exchanges with future Liberian diplomats.

In the afternoon of Friday, September 30, the Chargé d'affaires of the Cuban diplomatic mission in Liberia, Yordenis Despaigne Vera, was received in one of the classrooms of the Institute of Foreign Service of Liberia "Gabriel L. Dennis." His visit had as main objective to deliver a thematic conference entitled "The blockade hurts the people of Cuba". To the nearly thirty students, joined Prof. Kasseleh King Kanneh and the Director General of the academic institution, PhD. Augustine Konneh. On the Cuban side also was present the Second Secretary Carmen Maury Toledo.

Embassy of Cuba in Liberia talks with press media about the blockade.

The charge d'affaires of the Cuban diplomatic mission in Liberia, Yordenis Despaigne Vera, accompanied by Second Secretary Carmen Maury Toledo received editors and photojournalists of different Liberian press media. Visitors were invited to be active participants in a press conference entitled "The blockade hurts the people of Cuba".

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