Cuba in Zambia

Cuban ambassador present Credentials in the Republic of Zambia.

Cuban ambassador present Credentials in the Republic of Zambia.

Lusaka, 28 de marzo de 2018. En una solemne ceremonia en la Casa de Estado, el 28 de marzo, el Embajador cubano, el Sr. Nelson Pagés Vilas, presentando sus Credenciales al Presidente de la República de Zambia, su Excelencia el Sr. Edgar Chagwa Lungu.

El embajador cubano, presentando sus credenciales, transmitió un saludo cordial y afectuoso del ejército general Raúl Castro Ruz, presidente de los Consejos de Estado y ministros, al líder de Zambia y su pueblo.

Havana is home to the most African embassies in Latin America

Havana is home to the most African embassies in Latin America

Despite the geographical distance and economic limitations, regionally Cuba is home to the most African embassies, a continent with which it shares many historic and cultural ties. 
With the opening of the Kenyan Embassy in the Cuban capital, set to take place this Friday March 16, there will now be 22 nations from Sub-Saharan Africa with diplomatic missions in the country, according to information by the Cuban Foreign Ministry. 

Statement to the press by Josefina Vidal Ferreiro, Director General for US Affairs at Cuba's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on the provisions and regulations issued by the Departments of State, the Treasury and Commerce on November 8, 2017.

Today, November 8, the Departments of State, the Treasury and Commerce issued new provisions and regulations to implement the measures aimed at strengthening the blockade on Cuba announced on the past June 6, by President Trump and included in the executive order entitled “National Security Presidential Memorandum on Strengthening the Policy of the United States Toward Cuba”, which established the policy of his government towards our country.
These provisions and regulations that will enter into force as from tomorrow November 9, are contained in three documents:

New Victory of Cuba in the United Nations against US blockade

CUBA, November 1st, 2017.- The Cuban resolution ¨Necessity of putting an end to the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States of America against Cuba¨ was widely supported in the United Nations this Wednesday, obtaining  191 votes in favor, 2 against (USA and Israel) and 0 abstentions.

The international community represented in the framework of the 72 session of the United Nations General Assembly strongly rejected the unjust and inhuman policy applied by the United States against Cuba for almost six decades.

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