Dunedin – With a total of 80 photographs, kicked off the two-week photo exhibition “Cuba through Kiwi Eyes”, having the Business School of the University of Otago as its venue. The exhibition was inaugurated by the Ambassador of Cuba, Mario Alzugaray and the dean of the Business School, Robin Gauld.
Wellington, July 17th, 2019. The third secretary, Saimin Fis Abad, participated in a conference given by a panel of experts from Victoria University, the Institute of Small and Micro States (ISMS) and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Fiji. The event was organized by the Council for the Caribbean, an entity whose main objective is the promotion of links between the member countries of that region and New Zealand.
Oamaru, July 17th, 2019. During his visit to this city, Ambassador Mario Alzugaray Rodríguez held a meeting with friends of Cuba, who condemned the aggressive escalation and the economic war of the United States government against the Greater Antilles. They also expressed their rejection of the economic, commercial and financial blockade that for 60 years has been imposed on the Island, confirming their solidarity and support to the Cuban people.
Christchurch, July 15th 2019. Cuban Ambassador, Mario Alzugaray, gave a lecture at the University of Canterbury, in which he addressed, among other topics, Cuba's vision regarding the situation in Latin America, the aggressive escalation of the US government towards the Island and other issues on the international agenda.
Wellington, July 4th, 2019. Cuban diplomats received at the Embassy headquarters, Thomas Pope-Kerr and Nicole Ambua, young New Zealanders who will represent Cuba in the Model United Nations New Zealand, an event that counts every year with the participation of more than 200 delegates from all around Aotearoa and in this edition will take place from July 4th to 7th at Victoria University of Wellington.