Cuba in UN

Cuban stability under attack

Havana, 12 November 2021. Under no circumstance will Cuba allow the persistent aggression of the U.S. government against the country to alter the peace of the nation, President Miguel Díaz-Canel remarked today.

In his official Twitter account, the president also pointed out that Washington’s constant aggressions will not harm “citizen security and the social peace that caracterize our people”.

The right of art to exist

Havana, 11 November 2021. Thirty-seven years of history bear witness to and validate the importance of holding the 14th Havana Biennial - despite pandemics, blockades and boycott attempts – given the commitment to continue serving as a point of convergence for horizontal dialogue and open interaction among creators, curators, cultural leaders and intermediaries in the circulation of art from different latitudes.

New York celebrates the Cuban Revolution and demands an end to the US blockade

New York, 11 November 2021. Last night made a difference at the Cuban Mission to the United Nations. The premises were filled with cheers for the Cuban revolution, condemnation of the US government blockade against Cuba and expressions of support for a people who have bravely confronted the COVID pandemic, under strong sanctions from the world's largest power.

U.S. policy toward Cuba is condemned to failure

Havana, 10 November 2021. Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez spoke with the diplomatic corps accredited in Cuba today, delivering a strong condemnation of purported U.S. interference, and denouncing persistent attempts to disrupt Cuba’s return to normality or, “As we say here colloquially, spoil the party”.

Some of his most important messages were: