New York, 4 February 2021. By signing and ratifying today the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), Cuba reaffirms its commitment to nuclear disarmament and to the complete and effective ban on all nuclear tests, including nuclear explosions, subcritical tests and other sophisticated methods. With this action Cuba reaffirms its condemnation of the proliferation of subcritical tests and the increase in expenses to improve such tests. It also supports the closure and dismantling of all facilities used for such purposes and their associated infrastructure.
Port of Spain, January 28, 2021. To close the Day tribute to our National Hero José Martí, on the # 168th Anniversary of his birth, we share to the community of Cubans residing in Trinidad and Tobago, the cover of Correos de Cuba Magazine in its edition No.352, which will bring them even closer to the life and work of our National Hero. You can read it in full on the Nation and Emigration site. http://www.nacionyemigracion.cu/revista-correo
Port of Spain, January 17, 2021. The political leader of the Social Justice Movement (MSJ) in Trinidad and Tobago, David Abdulah through the official statement made on January 17, condemned the decisions taken by President Trump and his secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, describing them as blatant attacks against Cuba and the Cuban people. He added that Trump has unilaterally declared Cuba a state sponsor of terrorism without a single test and has imposed sanctions on Cuban ministers and other state bodies.
Port of Spain, January 14, 2021. The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) denounced through an official statement on January 13, the unilateral decision of the outgoing United States administration to designate Cuba as a state sponsor of terrorism. In his statement he called for the immediate review and reversal of these unjustified actions taken with respect to Cuba and hoping that the United States will move towards normalizing relations with our country.