Ankara, September 12, 2019. The General Director of the Center for State Control of Medicines, Equipment and Medical Devices of Cuba (CECMED), Dr. Rafael Pérez Cristía, and the President of the Turkish Medicines and Medical Devices Agency (TITCK) Dr. Hakkı Gürsöz, signed a memorandum of understanding for cooperation between the two entities, a ceremonial act held at the headquarters of the Turkish institution.
CUBA, September 5, 2019 - The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Rogelio Sierra Díaz, will start next Sunday a working visit to the African region, which includes the Republics of Cameroon, Benin, Senegal and Liberia.
As part of his program of activities, the deputy minister is planning exchanges with African counterparts, the Cuban solidarity movement, Cuban residents and personnel from Cuban state missions in these countries.
Declaration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
During the last few weeks we have noted with concern the succession of violent demonstrations and acts of vandalism in the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong, encouraged from abroad, attempting to disturb the political, economic and social order and create insecurity in the People’s Republic of China.
Istanbul, September 2, 2019. The first deputy minister of the Ministry of Industries of Cuba, Eloy Álvarez Martínez, began a working visit to Turkey to exchange with Turkish economic-commercial authorities and business leaders, and participate in the high-level segment of the 88th Izmir International Fair, the most important trade fair event in the Eurasian country, that begins on September 6.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs energetically denounces and condemns the recent aggression of the government of the United States against Cuba via a USAID program designed to fund actions and information searches to discredit and sabotage the international cooperation being provided by Cuba in the health area in dozens of countries for the benefit of millions of persons. This is an endeavor added to the crude pressures exercised against a number of governments in order to obstruct Cuban cooperation and to the earlier efforts for the same purpose such as the special “parole” program designe