Cuba in Nigeria

The Covid-19 pandemic evidences the need to cooperate despite political differences.

The Covid-19 pandemic evidences the need to cooperate despite political differences

  • Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The impact of COVID19 can already be measured and will be assessed in the future by the striking numbers of people infected, the unacceptable numbers of deaths, the unquestionable damages to the world economy, production, trade, employment and personal income of millions of people.  It is a crisis that goes well beyond the scope of health.

Message of the President of ICAP to the World Movement of Solidarity with Cuba in the time of Covid19.

Message of the President of ICAP to the World Movement of Solidarity with Cuba in the time of Covid19.

FTC Abuja, April 15, 2020. Within the framework of the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with Peoples (ICAP), the Cuba Embassy in the Federal Republic of Nigeria, transmits with great pleasure the Message of the President of ICAP, Fernando González Llort, to the World Solidarity Movement with Cuba in Covid's time19.

Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria receives the ambassador of Cuba.

The Cuban ambassador to Nigeria, Clara Pulido Escandell was received at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria, by the director of the Department of International Organizations, Mr. Oluremi Oliyidi.

In a cordial environment, the Cuban ambassador thanked the invariable support for Cuba from Nigeria in its struggle for the lifting of the US genocidal bloc and reiterated the desire to continue strengthening relations between the two nations.

(Embassy of Cuba in Nigeria)

 

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