Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez says that Cuba maintains its position of zero tolerance towards any manifestation of human trafficking.
On his official Twitter profile, the island's foreign minister reiterated that the policy of the Cuban Revolution rejects any manifestation of this international scourge, which costs the lives of thousands of people every year.
"Cuba exhibits an exemplary performance in the fight against human trafficking and maintains a policy of zero tolerance for trafficking in any form," Bruno Rodríguez tweeted.
Havana, Jun 25, 2020.- Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez described the United States' accusations to the Caribbean nation regarding terrorism as paradoxical and hypocritical.
On his Twitter account, the head of Cuban diplomacy assured on Wednesday that Washington insists on trying to single out the island in that issue.
The United States practices State terrorism with a shameful trajectory, from which Cuba has been a victim, the foreign minister said.
Havana, June 13, 2020.- Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez reported on Saturday that the island's Consulates are resuming their services in those countries where health conditions allow it.
The foreign minister said on his Twitter account that in all cases the necessary security measures are taken to avoid contagion with Covid-19.
He indicated that this reopening does not eliminate the extension of the permit to stay abroad to those citizens who, as a result of the pandemic, have not been able to return to their country in 24 months.
Havana, May 22 -- The National Director of Epidemiology of the Cuban Ministry of Public Health, Dr. Francisco Duran, reported that there were 8 new cases of COVID-19, for an total of 1,916 positive cases across the island.
During his daily press briefing held Friday morning, Dr. Duran said that over the past 24 hours -- up to 12 midnight Thursday night -- unfortunately, one patient died from the coronavirus. A total of 81 patients have died from COVID-19 in Cuba over the past several months.
Havana, May 15 - The President of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, stated that the United States does not cooperate in the fight against terrorism, and is in complicity with those actions against Cuba.
'Cuba is still waiting for the results of the investigation and measures against the terrorist who attacked (the Cuban embassy) in Washington,' the president tweeted regarding the attack that took place on April 30th.