The State Mission of Cuba in Qatar strongly condemns the absurd and unjustified actions of the United States government over alleged "attacks" on its diplomatic officials in Havana.
As our Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, pointed out, these are totally political maneuvers to hinder the process of normalization of relations between the peoples of the United States and Cuba.
Today we have learned of a State Department communiqué that reports the decision of the U.S. government to reduce personnel at its embassy in Havana. As we reported this past September 26, in a meeting held that day with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, on the initiative of the Cuban side, our minister of Foreign Affairs, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla:
• Advised him not make hasty decisions that were not based on evidence or conclusive results of investigations;
• Called on him to avoid politicizing an issue of this nature; and
Restoring electrical service, reestablishing regular water supplies to the population, and reopening schools are priorities for authorities
Restoring electrical service, reestablishing regular water supplies to the population, and reopening schools are priorities for Cuban authorities, according to officials during the seventh meeting of the National Defense Council for Disaster Reduction, held yesterday, September 11, in Havana.
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept 4 (acn) The event called Tenemos Memoria (We Have Memory). Solidarity vs. Blockade began on Monday in Havana with a tribute to the memory of Italian Fabio Di Celmo, victim of a terrorist attack with a bomb that was placed at Havana's Hotel Copacabana 20 years ago.
Promoted by the Institute of Friendship with the Peoples, ICAP, the initiative will extend until the upcoming vote at the UN General Assembly of Cuba's Resolution against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by Washington against the Cuban people for over half a century.
Organized by the Cuban Institute of History, the Second International Symposium “The Cuban Revolution: Origins and Historic Development” will take place in the capital’s International Conference Center October 24-26. According to MSc René González Barrios, president of the organizing committee speaking to Granma, the event seeks to encourage the exchange of ideas and knowledge from within the fields of social sciences and humanities toward better understanding this historic process in its complexity.