Cuba in Mongolia

Esteban Lazo, reelected as President of the National Assembly

"I thank you in the name of deputies Mari and Brito, and my own, for the honor you confer upon us by electing us to such high positions," said Esteban Lazo Hernández, elected unanimously as President of the National Assembly of People's Power, today April 18.

During the first hours of the Assembly's constituent session, the National Candidatures Commission proposed: "For President, Juan Esteban Lazo Hernández, who has efficiently fulfilled this responsibility over the last five years. His efforts and the progress made have been recognized."

Declaration by Cuba’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Declaration by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba regarding the Canadian government’s decision to designate its embassy in Havana an ‘unaccompanied post,’ following unusual health symptoms reported in 2017 by some Canadian diplomatic staff and dependants posted to the Cuban capital, according to a statement.

Cuban residents of Ulaanbaatar commemorate the 57th anniversary of the Victory of Playa Girón.

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. April 16, 2018. Cubans resdents in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, commemorated on Sunday, at the new headquarters of the Cuban Embassy in Mongolia, the 57th Anniversary of the defeat of the mercenary invasion of Playa Girón. Accompanied by the new Cuban medical specialists who recently began their work in the INTERMED Hospital of this capital, Cuban residents hoisted our national flag by singing the hymn notes in the new headquarters of the Cuban diplomatic mission.

Statement by the Revolutionary Government of the Republic of Cuba

The Revolutionary Government of the Republic of Cuba expresses its strongest condemnation of the new attack by the United States and some of its allies against military and civilian facilities in the Syrian Arab Republic on the evening of this April 13th, under the pretext of the alleged use of chemical weapons against civilians by the Syrian Government.

People’s Summit kicks off in Lima

Lima.– With the inauguration of the People’s Summit, an alternative to the Summit of the Americas, today, April 10, Lima became the capital of Latin American and Caribbean social movements, progressive parties and youth organizations committed to unity, anti-imperialism and the principles of justice and equality throughout the region.