Cuba in the United Arab Emirates

José Martí International Airport will restart operations on November 15th

The commercial air operations at the José Martí International Airport in Havana will restart on November 15, at 00 hours. In this sense, a Protocol for Sanitary Control has been implemented, aimed at restarting aeronautical activities. Cuba reiterates its decision to guarantee the health and life of its nationals, as well as the foreigners who visit us, ratifying itself as a safe destination.

 

Ambassador of Cuba holds a meeting with the Secretary General of the Federation of United Arab Emirates Chambers of Commerce and Industry

On November 8, 2020, HE. Roberto Blanco Domínguez, Ambassador of Cuba to the United Arab Emirates, held a pleasant and successful work meeting with HE. Humaid Ben Salem, Secretary General of the Federation of United Arab Emirates Chambers of Commerce and Industry. During the meeting, both parties expressed their satisfaction of the good relations of friendship and brotherhood between the governments, peoples and the respective Chambers of Commerce of Cuba and the United Arab Emirates.

Cuba adheres to the Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation in Southeast Asia

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, signed on Tuesday, November 10, the instrument of accession of Cuba to the Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation in Southeast Asia (TAC), within the framework of the 37th Summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, conducted virtually.

Virtual meeting between the presidents of the Chamber of Commerce of Cuba, the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the United Arab Emirates and the Cuban Ambassador.

In videoconference held between the president of the Cuban Chamber of Commerce, Antonio Carricarte, the president of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the United Arab Emirates, Humaid Bin Salem, and the Ambassador of Cuba to this country, Roberto Blanco, was confirmed the willingness of both parties to promote bilateral trade relations.

 

Measures imposed by US Government against FINCIMEX harm the Cuban people. 

The inclusion of Fincimex in the list of restricted entities of the US State Department in June last, as well as the Treasury Department’s modifications to the regulations for the control of Cuban assets announced on Friday, October 23, will prevent remittances to Cuba through US companies with general licenses, which will directly harm the Cuban people and their relatives in the US.  

Doing so in the middle of a pandemic corroborates the US government’s cynicism, opportunism and contempt for the Cuban people.

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