Cuba in Trinidad and Tobago

Cuba categorically rejects the threat of activation of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act

On January 16, 2019, the United States State Department announced the decision to suspend for only 45 days the application of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act, “to conduct a careful review… in light of the national interests of the United States and efforts to expedite a transition to democracy in Cuba and include factors such as the Cuban regime’s brutal oppression of human rights and fundamental freedoms and its indefensible support for increasingly authoritarian and corrupt regimes in Venezuela and Nicaragua.”

The government of President Donald Trump threatens to take a new step that would dangerously reinforce the blockade against Cuba, flagrantly violate International Law, and directly attack the sovereignty and interests of third countries.

Habana Compas Dance will perform in Trinidad and Tobago

The Embassy of the Republic of Cuba is pleased to announce the fore coming visit of the prestigious Cuban Dance Company, Habana Compas Dance, as part of the Third Phase of the Trinidad and Tobago – Cuba Educational and Cultural Exchange, an initiative that was started by the Success Laventille School in conjunction with several Cuban and Trinidadian Institutions.

President Diaz-Canel Describes 2019 as a Year of Challenges and Victories

Havana, Dec 26 (Prensa Latina) Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel envisioned 2019 on Wednesday a year of challenges and victories, a few days before the island celebrates the 60th anniversary of the triumph of the Revolution.

'A new year is about to begin, a new anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban Revolution. It will be a year of challenges, battles, and victories and we will go for more,' he wrote on his Twitter account.

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