In the framework of the International Campaign to Support Cuba against the Blockade that takes place annually in October, the Cuban Chargé d'Affaires in Liberia, Yordenis Despaigne Vera, presented a draft resolution 71/5 entitled "Necessity of ending the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States of America against Cuba".
On Friday, October 20, the Second Secretary of the diplomatic mission of Cuba in Liberia, Carmen Maury Toledo, participated in the evening program "Afternoon Conversation" of the radio station Super Communication Network. To the noble purpose of socializing with Liberian radioaudience issues of Cuban history, culture and identity, joined the intention of several journalists of the station to make this live broadcast possible.
On Tuesday morning, the Chargé d'Affaires of Cuba in Liberia, Yordenis Despaigne Vera, was received by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Liberia, HE Ambassador Marjon Vashti Kamara. The cordial meeting took place at the headquarters of the Liberian Foreign Ministry. The purpose of this visit was to deliver the letter addressed to Minister Kamara by his Cuban counterpart, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla. Representing the counterpart were also the Deputy Minister for International Cooperation and Economic Integration, Mr. Dephue Zuo; Assistant Minister for American Affairs, Mr.
With the presence of the Chancellor and other representatives of the Liberian Foreign Ministry, the Cuban Embassy in Liberia celebrated National Rebellion Day. They also participated in the activity the Minister of Defense, the Deputy Minister of Commerce, the Director General of the Institute of Foreign Affairs, Senator Conmamy B. Wesseh, members of the Cuba-Liberia Friendship Association, graduates in Cuba, as well as the selected youth who will start this year medical studies in Cuba and representatives of the country's press.
Excited by the news, determined to take advantage of this unique opportunity for self-improvement, and somewhat nostalgic for the separation of the family. So we could describe Edvida Davies and Francis Maweah Jr. the two young Liberians who in this academic year 2017-2018 will begin their medical studies in Cuba. With them there are 5 Liberians who are being trained in the Greater Antilles, all of them in the medical area.