Cuba in Mongolia

Solidarity with our country does not stop

Solidarity with our country does not stop after the fatal plane crash last Friday, May 18, in which over a hundred people were killed.
We received a message of condolence transmitted by the Rector of the National University of Mongolia, Dr. Ya. TUMURBAATAR and from School No. 52 of Ulaan Bator, which bears the name of José Martí.

President of Mongolia sends condolence message after plane crash in Cuba

The President of Mongolia, Hon. Mr. Khaltmaagiin Battulga sends a message of condolences to the President of the Councils of States and Ministers of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, on the occasion of the tragic plane crash in Havana on Friday, May 18.
The text conveys deep condolences on behalf of the people of Mongolia and himself for the irreparable loss of precious human lives and wishes the recovery of the three survivors of such a tragic accident.
(EmbaCuba Mongolia)

Official mourning decreed by the State Council

On the occasion of the catastrophic plane crash at noon today, the State Council of the Republic of Cuba agreed to declare official mourning from 06:00 pm on May 19 until 12:00 pm on May 20.
During the term of official mourning the national flag will remain at half-mast in public buildings and military institutions

May 18, 2018



Cuba and Mongolia for closer cooperation ties in the biotechnology sector.

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. May 17, 2018. Organized by Mr. Ya.Tumurbaatar, Rector of the National University of Mongolia and the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba in Mongolia, a panel of analysis and discussion “The ways to develop more effectively cooperation between Mongolia and Cuba in the Biotechnology sector” was developed in the afternoon of yesterday.

Cuba: Committed to human rights

Cuba features among the 50 countries that have ratified the most international human rights instruments, according to lawyer Desiree Llaguno, speaking to Prensa Latina.
She explained that the island has signed 44 of the 61 human rights conventions, making it one of the leaders in this field.
If we look at Cuba within the context of developing countries, we could say that the island features among those that have signed the most human rights accords, noted the expert.