Excelencies: We appreciate the kind invitation conveyed by the People’s Republic of China to exchange on the best experience achieved in coping with the COVID-19 pandemic and the prospects for cooperation during the recovery stage. We would like to commend the work carried out by the Mexican Pro Tempore Presidency of CELAC. We would like recognize the cooperation offered by the People’s Republic of China to 27 countries of our region to confront the COVID-19 epidemic and the more than 30 exchanges on the best practices for preventing and treating this disease.
Declaration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba. • Cuba denounces usurpation of the clinic by putschist In the afternoon of July 21, the Bolivian de facto authorities publicly informed that the facility known as “Clínica del Colaborador” (Cooperation Workers’ Clinic), which is owned by the Republic of Cuba and had been raided by law enforcement authorities on November 15, 2019, would be fitted out to assist Bolivian COVID-19 patients.
Port of Spain, July 22th, 2020. The Embassy of Cuba in Trinidad and Tobago invites all the Solidarity Movements with Cuba of the Caribbean region and especially the Movement of Solidarity with Cuba of Trinidad and Tobago, to participate in the virtual Meeting Caribbean solidarity with Cuba today on July 22th at 9:00 am, in greeting to the 67th anniversary of the assault on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes barracks and as part of the celebrations for the 60th anniversary of ICAP.
Mr. Director General; Excellencies, Heads of State and Government; I feel honored to bring into this virtual Summit the voice of Cuba, a small developing country, where workers in power struggle on a daily basis to achieve all the justice, which was the dream and commitment of the founding fathers of our nation. Today, as has been always the case throughout the last 61 years, Cuba is sharing the new and serious challenges facing the International Labor Organization as it enters into its second century of its existence.
Havana, Jul 7, 2020.- Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez affirmed today that the United States was unable to define the attack on the island's embassy in Washington by its name. Commenting on the Virtual Week against Terrorism at the United Nations (UN), Rodríguez expressed in his Twitter account that the country, as a victim of state terrorism, insists that the US government was unable to define the attack more than two months ago on its diplomatic headquarters.