Cuba in UN

Cuba reaffirms its commitment to the total elimination of nuclear weapons

New York, 2 October 2020. Cuba participated today in the General Assembly High-Level Meeting to commemorate and promote the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons. As previous meetings of this 75th United Nations General Assembly, the event was held online with pre-recorded video statements due to the situation that COVID-19 has caused across the world.

Human rights in Cuba: respect for freedom of religion and worship

New York, 2 October 2020. The Republic of Cuba is a secular State which recognizes, respects and guarantees freedom of religion. Religious institutions and fraternal associations are separated from the State; and all of them have the same rights and duties.

In Cuba, different beliefs and religions are given equal consideration. There are 1850 religious organizations and institutions and fraternal associations, whose members amount to 1,500,000 Cubans.

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