Paihia, 6th of February 2018. - On the occasion of the commemoration of Waitangi and in In successive encounters with the Governor General Patsy Reddy, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Vicepremier and Minister of Foreign Affairs Winston Peters, the Cuban Ambassador to New Zealand, Mario Alzugaray, conveyed local authorities a congratulatory message on behalf of his Government.
The Cuban diplomat also expressed his pleasure on the good momentum in bilateral relations, restating the will to further promote closer links between the two countries.
Merry Christmas y and best wishes to all friends in Aotearoa NZ, especially to all Cubans around this beautiful country. It´s been great to get together once again, including the Palmy Caucus, surrounded by a bunch of cute babies in a year that has proven very “productive” for Cuban – Kiwi families. Big hug and many thanks for all your support during 2017!
Wellington, Dec 14 (Prensa Latina) Aware of the stories of his colleague Osmeivy Ortega about the damage Hurricane Irma caused in Cuba, New Zealand artists will auction some works by the two countries and will allocate what will be collected to the reconstruction of the Caribbean island.
Renowned painters Michel Tuffery, John Walsh, Stephen Ellis and Seraphine Pick, potter Andy Kingston and sculptor Clovis Viscoe are some of those who will participate in the Expo-Sale, in which about 20 engravings and paintings by 17 important Cuban artists are also included.
Wellington, December 1, 2017. - As part of the tribute to Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz on the first anniversary of his passing away, the local station “Radio Latina” aired a program on the legacy of the leader of the Cuban Revolution.
Journalist Jorge Herrera interviewed the Ambassador of Cuba in New Zealand, Mario Alzugaray, who commented on Fidel's impact on the foreign policy of his country, highlighting international cooperation, as the result of social justice being a key issue in the Cuban leader´s ideas.
Christchurch, October 31st, 2017. – The watercolours exhibition “I will die the way I´ve lived” by Antonio Guerrero, one of The Cuban Five, was launched this Monday at the largest city of The South Island. Antonio was among a group of Cuban freedom fighters unjustly incarcerated in the US for more than a decade, as a result of a rigged and politically motivated trial.