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.
On the morning of February 14, the Chief of Protocol of the Presidency, Ambassador M. S. Kajese, received in his office the Cuban ambassador Carmelina Ramirez on the eve of the presentation of the Credentials. During the meeting Ambassador Kajese recalled the role played by Cuba in the liberation struggles in Africa, and the essential support of Fidel after the independence of Zimbabwe. He recognized the Cuban health system as one of the best in the world and showed interest in expanding collaboration in that sector in the near future.
On the morning of this Friday, Ambassador of Cuba Carmelina Ramírez received at the Embassy the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Higher Education of Zimbabwe, Dr. Desire M. Sibanda, who will attend the 11th International Congress of Higher Education "UNIVERSITY 2018". During the meeting with the ambassador was also discussed the existing collaboration between the two countries in education and the mutual interest to expand it for this year 2018. Dr.
Today, the patron of the Zimbabwe-Cuba Friendship Association (ZICUFA), Hon. Chen Chimutengwende, held a luncheon with Cuban ambassador Carmelina Ramirez. The lunch was welcoming the Ambassador as head of the Cuban diplomatic mission and Cuba's main representative in Zimbabwe. Chen, who is also president of the Cuba-Zimbabwe Parliamentary Friendship Group, reiterated the deep bonds of friendship that exist between both countries and the excellent relations that existed between our historical leaders: Fidel Castro and Robert Mugabe.