Cuba in Thailand

THE US BLOCKADE AGAINST #CUBA PERSISTS AND VIOLATES THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE CUBAN PEOPLE #UnblockCuba

THE US BLOCKADE AGAINST #CUBA PERSISTS AND VIOLATES THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE CUBAN PEOPLE #UnblockCuba

The UN will vote tomorrow, November 1st, 2017...!!! The US economic, commercial and financial blockade against #Cuba is rejected and condemned by the international community for its unjust, extraterritorial and genocidal character. It has been enforced for more than 55 years against the small developing island state and maintains full strength in flagrant violation of International Law, according to Article II of the Geneva Convention and the Charter of the United Nations.

October 20: Celebration of Cuban culture

October 20: Celebration of Cuban culture

October offers two important anniversaries in the history of Cuba, the beginning of the country's wars of independence and national Cuban Culture Day

On October 18, 1868, the taking of Bayamo by the Liberation Army was begun, and at 11:00pm on the 20th, Spanish authorities signed their capitulation.

Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives of Thailand welcomes the Ambassador of Cuba

Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives of Thailand welcomes the Ambassador of Cuba

BANGKOK, October 19, 2017.- The Cuban Ambassador to Thailand, Héctor Conde Almeida, was welcomed today by the Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives of the Kingdom of Thailand, General Chatchai Sarikulya, who reiterated the condolences of the people and government of Thailand for the death on November 25, 2016 of Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz and thanked the messages of condolence of the Cuban People and Government for the death on October 13 of the same year of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX).

The Legacy of Commander-in-Chief in Nuclear Disarmament Highlighted in Thailand

The Legacy of Commander-in-Chief in Nuclear Disarmament Highlighted in Thailand

BANGKOK, Oct. 18, 2017 - A conference on the importance of 26 September as the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons, designated by the UN in 2013, was held today at the University of Thammasat. The Conference, presented by the Cuban Ambassador to Thailand Héctor Conde Almeida, was attended by the Rector of the University, Professor Dr. Somkit Lertpaithoon, directors and professors of the prestigious institution, as well as Thai students and the University’s academic exchange program from Europe, USA and Japan.

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