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Vietnamese veterans and Cuban Embassy promote activities on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations

The Embassy of Cuba in Vietnam held a fraternal meeting with the leaders of Duong Truong Son (Ho Chi Minh route) Association ,to schedule possible activities to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Vietnam-Cuba diplomatic relations .

At the fraternal meeting, held at the Association's headquarters in Hanoi, the participants highlighted Vietnamese veterans´ contribution   to the preservation of ties between the two countries.

NZ/Cuba Friendship Society asks Government to take a stand against blockade

 

The New Zealand / Cuba Society published a statement emphasizing that, as the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps the planet, it is time for the New Zealand Government to actively support the UN’s call to the U.S. to urgently lift the blockade of Cuba, that is obstructing the country’s health care system’s ability to fight the COVID-19 crisis.

“Our Government is acutely aware of both Cuba’s commitment to training health professionals in the Pacific and its role in combating the pandemic internationally. Now is the time to stand beside them.”  

ICAP message to the World Movement of Solidarity with Cuba in the time of Covid19

Havana, 9 April, 2020

To the World Movement of Solidarity with Cuba.

Dear friends,

With deep humanistic conviction, the government and people of Cuba offer the world, once again, the example of militant Solidarity at a time when the planet is facing the global pandemic of the new Coronavirus Sars Cov-2, Covid-19, which has already claimed the lives of more than 70 thousand people in the world in a very short time.

Cuba in the heart of Cambodia

graduados cambodianos en Cuba

Three came this morning, but there are more than one hundred, those who keep in their hearts memories of #Cuba, the large Caribbean Island. They traveled in the 80s to study the specialties that their Asian nation needed the most: agronomy, veterinary medicine, foreign languages, among others. It has been the Cuban contribution to the training of professionals from different latitudes, despite the blockade of the United States against Havana. #ElBloqueoEsReal.

Trinidadian students received scholarships to study Medicine in Cuba as part of the Cuba-CARICOM agreements.

Port of Spain, August 9.- With the presence of the Trinidadian Ministers of Education and State in the Ministry of Education, Anthony Garcia and Francis Lovell, respectively, took place today at the headquarters of the Ministry of Education the official ceremony of granting of medical scholarships offered by the Government of Cuba to young Trinidadians as part of the Cuba-CARICOM agreements. On this occasion, three young people benefited from this cooperation program.

MSJ stands in Solidarity with Cuba, condemns US Aggression against Cuba

On this historic day for Cuba, the Movement for Social Justice expresses its solidarity with the Cuban people and Government. Sixty-six (66) years ago Fidel Castro led a group of young men and women in an attack on the Moncada military garrison in the eastern city of Santiago. While that attack failed as a military action and a number of the group were killed, July 26, 1953 marked the start of the Cuban Revolution against the brutal dictatorship of Batista. Fidel himself was captured along with Raul Castro and many others and jailed. At his trial Fidel made his historic address - History will Absolve Me.
History did indeed absolve Fidel and his July 26th Movement which eventually completed the Revolution on January 1st, 1959 - 6 short years after the July 26 attack on Moncada. The Cuban Revolution transformed Cuba and the social gains have been acknowledged globally.
Cuba has however had to endure hostile actions by the United States throughout the 60 years of its Revolution. Military intervention with the Bay of Pigs attack; numerous assassination attempts against Fidel; terrorist acts, the worst of which was the 1976 bombing of a Cubana airplane off the coast of Barbados that killed all 73 persons on board; have all been part of successive U.S. Government actions to bring about regime change in Cuba.

MSJ stands in Solidarity with Cuba, condemns US Aggression against Cuba

On this historic day for Cuba, the Movement for Social Justice expresses its solidarity with the Cuban people and Government. Sixty-six (66) years ago Fidel Castro led a group of young men and women in an attack on the Moncada military garrison in the eastern city of Santiago. While that attack failed as a military action and a number of the group were killed, July 26, 1953 marked the start of the Cuban Revolution against the brutal dictatorship of Batista. Fidel himself was captured along with Raul Castro and many others and jailed. At his trial Fidel made his historic address - History will Absolve Me.
History did indeed absolve Fidel and his July 26th Movement which eventually completed the Revolution on January 1st, 1959 - 6 short years after the July 26 attack on Moncada. The Cuban Revolution transformed Cuba and the social gains have been acknowledged globally.
Cuba has however had to endure hostile actions by the United States throughout the 60 years of its Revolution. Military intervention with the Bay of Pigs attack; numerous assassination attempts against Fidel; terrorist acts, the worst of which was the 1976 bombing of a Cubana airplane off the coast of Barbados that killed all 73 persons on board; have all been part of successive U.S. Government actions to bring about regime change in Cuba.

Cuba thanks Azerbaijani solidarity in the fight against the blockade

Alfredo Nieves Portuondo

The Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba in the Republic of Azerbaijan, Alfredo Nieves Portuondo, thanked the solidarity of this Caucasian nation with the island in its fight for the cessation of the US blockade during visits to the regions of Qazax and Tovuz.

In talks with the mayors of Qazax and Tovuz, Rajab Babashev and Mammad Mammadov, respectively, the diplomat acknowledged Azerbaijan's support for Cuba's demand to end the economic, commercial and financial siege imposed by the US government. . to the island for almost six decades.

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