Cuba in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe celebrates International Women's Day

On March 8, the Embassy of Cuba in Zimbabwe celebrated International Women's Day in the Residence of the Ambassador. The Third Secretary Vladimir dedicated a few words to the beginning of the activity, after which the flowers were delivered by the men gathered there. The activity was attended by all the personnel of the Cuban Mission in Zimbabwe, health collaborators, Cuban residents, Zimbabwean graduates in Cuba and friends of our country.

Zimbabwe Parliament Speaker receives Ambassador of Cuba Carmelina Ramirez.

The Speaker of the Parliament of Zimbabwe, Dr. Jacob Mudenda, received the Ambassador of Cuba Carmelina Ramirez on Monday morning, March 5th. In an extended meeting, the Zimbabwean politician praised the historic relations between his country and the Caribbean island based on mutual respect and cooperation. He recalled his recent visit to Cuba, last October, which he valued as unforgettable.

Ambassador of Cuba Carmelina Ramírez presents Credential Letters

In a solemn and simple ceremony, the ambassador of Cuba, accompanied by the members of the Diplomatic Mission in Harare, presented the Letters that accredit her as extraordinary and plenipotentiary Ambassador to the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe Emmerson Dumbudzo Mnangagwa.

Presents Letters of Style Ambassador of Cuba in Zimbabwe

On the morning of Thursday, February 15, the Ambassador of Cuba in Zimbabwe presented letters of style to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Sibusiso Moyo. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Zimbabwe, S. Moyo, said that his government will continue to consolidate the historic relations that have existed in Cuba. “Zimbabwe does not forget its friends. Cuba has always been with us in the most difficult moments, from the times of the struggle for our independence until today, supporting us against Western sanctions.