Cuba rejects interference and exclusion of Venezuela from Summit of the Americas.

Cuba rejects interference and exclusion of Venezuela from Summit of the Americas.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba energetically rejects the announcement by a group of nations in the hemisphere, released February 13 in Lima, that constitutes unacceptable interference in the internal affairs of the Bolivarian Republic de Venezuela, and at the same time categorically rejects the decision to reconsider the participation of the Venezuelan government in the 8th Summit of the Americas, to be held this coming month of April, in Peru.

President of the Slovenian-Cuban Friendship Association visits the Embassy of Cuba in Austria.

 The headquarters of the Embassy of Cuba in Vienna was the scene of a fraternal meeting between the President of the Slovene-Cuban Friendship Association, Igor Jurisic; the President of the Association of Slovenian Students, Aleksandar Spremo and the student leader, Momir Todorovic with Marieta García Jordán,  Chargé d'Affaires a.i.,  and other diplomats from the Caribbean country.

MIAT Mongolian Airlines Inflight Magazine includes interview with the Ambassador of Cuba

The most recent edition of the MIAT Mongolian Airlines Inflight Magazine that accompanies the passengers of the national airline of Mongolia, presents an interview made to the Ambassador of Cuba in Mongolia, Raul Delgado Concepción and includes information on the main tourist and cultural attractions of Cuba.

Fruitful Meeting with Friend of Cuban Society in Cape Town.

At a meeting held in Cape Town, South Africa, with "Friends of the Cuban Society," (FOCUS), dozens of comrades participated, interested in strengthening and consolidating ties of friendship and solidarity  with the Cuban  Revolution.

The event served as a space to exchange on the current situation of our country and to inform the participants about the process of updating the Cuban economic and social model.

Vice President of the State Council of Cuba concludes her visit to Ghana

The Vice President of the Council of State of Cuba, Mrs. Mercedes López Acea, concluded her visit to Ghana. The Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Hon. Mohammad Habibu Tijani, went to see her off at the airport.

The visit of the Cuban Vice President is part of the journey that includes four countries of the sub region (Cape Verde, Equatorial Guinea, Ghana and Seychelles - next country to visit) with the aim of strengthening bilateral relations. 

President of the Parliament of Ghana advocates strengthening relations with Cuba

The Cuban Vice President, Mercedes López Acea, and the delegation she leads were received at the Ghanaian Parliament House by its President, Professor Aaron Michael Oquaye, who highlighted that Cuba enjoys great respect in Ghana, in special for its commitment towards human beings.

The Cuban Vice President transmitted to the parliamentary leader a message from his counterpart the President of the National Assembly of People's Power, Esteban Lazo Hernández, and made reference to the diplomatic ties between both countries, begun on December 23rd, 1959.