Financial persecution, a distinctive feature of the US blockade against Cuba in recent years

Financial persecution, a distinctive feature of the US blockade against Cuba in recent years

Between April 2017 and March 2018, Cuban financial institutions continued to be subject to a policy of hostility and persecution by the United States government. The monetary-financial effects as a result of the blockade amounted to 538,300,000 dollars, to which were added, damages to the Cuban banking system from incidents reported in 128 foreign banks, between April 2017 and March 2018.

Díaz-Canel: We have struggled for 150 years and we will continue to struggle, ever onward to victory

Díaz-Canel: We have struggled for 150 years and we will continue to struggle, ever onward to victory

Speech delivered by Miguel M. Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, President of the Councils of State and Ministers, during the political-cultural commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the beginning of our independence struggle, in La Demajagua, Granma, October 10, 2018, Year 60 of the Revolution

october 12, 2018 15:10:00

 

Photo: Estudios Revolución

(Council of State transcript/GI translation)

Talking Points by Hon. Chet Greene, Minister of Foreign Affairs at the Farewell Ceremony for Cuban Ambassador

St. Jonh's.October 12. 2018. Talking Points for the Honourable Chet Greene, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Immigration and Trade on the Occasion of the Farewell Reception for H.E. Gustavo Veliz Olivares, Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba to Antigua and Barbuda.-His Excellency the Governor General;
Honourable Prime Minister;
Ministers of Parliament;
Members of the Diplomatic Corps;
Staff of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
Members of the Cuban Medical Brigade;
Ladies and Gentlemen:

Cuba and Burundi examined current status and prospects for strengthening parliamentary ties.

UGANDA, October 12, 2018.- The Right Honorable Pascal Nyabenda, President of the National Assembly of Burundi, received the Cuban Ambassador Antonio Luis Pubillones Izaguirre,  on a courtesy call at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday morning. The Ambassador paid a visit to that country between 8 and 11 October.

In an atmosphere of cordiality and camaraderie, Nyabenda and Pubillones examined the current state of parliamentary ties and expressed their willingness to work together to strengthen them in the future.

The permanent secretary of the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism of Burundi received the Cuban Ambassador.

Uganda, October 11, 2018.- The permanent secretary of the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Tourism of Burundi, Samson Ndayizeye, received the Cuban Ambassador Antonio Luis Pubillones Izaguirre yesterday, who is visiting the African country.

During the fraternal meeting, both parties recognized the good state of bilateral relations and reaffirmed the will of their governments and peoples to work for their strengthening. They also expressed their desire to explore opportunities for collaboration in the Tourism and Commerce sectors.

Financial persecution, a distinctive feature of the US blockade against Cuba in recent years.

New York, October 12, 2018. Between April 2017 and March 2018, Cuban financial institutions continued to be subject to a policy of hostility and persecution by the United States government. The monetary-financial effects as a result of the blockade amounted to 538,300,000 dollars, to which were added, damages to the Cuban banking system from incidents reported in 128 foreign banks, between April 2017 and March 2018.

Pages

Subscribe to CUBADIPLOMATICA RSS