Cuba en Namibia

Consejo Femenino de la SWAPO entrega reconocimiento a la FMC.

Windhoek, 1ro de marzo de 2017.- La Secretaria General del Consejo Mujeres de la SWAPO, Eunice Ipinge, entregó en la sede de ese partido al Embajador de Cuba en Namibia, Giraldo Mazola, un reconocimiento para la Federación de Mujeres Cubanas (FMC) por la solidaridad con el pueblo namibio en la lucha por la liberación nacional y después de su Independencia.

Además, evocó los históricos lazos de amistad entre ambas naciones.

Por su parte, el Embajador cubano agradeció el hermoso gesto en nombre de la FMC  y actualizó acerca de los logros de la Revolución en el sector femenino. 

Viceministro namibio de Obras Públicas y Transporte recibe a embajador cubano

Embajador cubano en Namibia y Ministro de Obras Públicas

Windhoek, 28 de febrero de 2017.- El Viceministro de Obras Públicas y Transporte, Sankwasa J. Sankwasa recibió en la sede de ese ministerio a Giraldo Mazola, Embajador de Cuba en Namibia.

Ambas partes examinaron la marcha de los proyectos de colaboración después de la visita realizada a Cuba por el Viceministro Sankwasa el pasado mes de julio.

Asimismo, intercambiaron sobre las perspectivas de ampliar dicha colaboración y se refirieron a los lazos de hermandad existentes entre ambos países.

El encuentro se desarrolló en un clima cordial y amistoso. 

Special Declaration of the Heads of State and Government of Latin America and the Caribbean States (CELAC), gathered in Punta Cana, the Dominican Republic, on occasion of its 5th Summit on January 25th, 2017:

Special Declaration of the Heads of State and Government of Latin America and the Caribbean States (CELAC), gathered in Punta Cana, the Dominican Republic, on occasion of its 5th Summit on January 25th, 2017:


Reaffirming their strongest rejection of economic coercive measures not supported by the International Law, including all those unilateral actions imposed on sovereign countries for political reasons that impair the well-being of their peoples and are designed to prevent these countries from exercising their right to decide, by their own free will, their political, economic and social systems.

Reiterating their firm rejection of the application of laws and measures contrary to International Law, such as the Helms-Burton Act, including its extraterritorial effects, and urging the Government of the United States of America to put an end to its application.

Remembering that, since 1992, the United Nations General Assembly has reiterated in 25 resolutions, the need to put an end to the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed against Cuba by the Government of the United States of America and highlighting the support given by 191 member States of the United Nations to the most recent Resolution A/RES/71/5, approved on October 26th, 2016:

1. Welcome efforts undertaken to advance in bilateral relations between Cuba and the United States of America;

2. Urge the President of the United States to take all actions within his executive powers to substantially modify the application of the blockade against Cuba, and the United States Congress to proceed with its elimination;

3. Reiterate their opinion that this blockade is contrary to the principles of the United Nations Charter and International Law;

4. Also reiterate their deep concern and rejection to the strengthening of the extraterritorial dimension of the blockade, as well as on the increasing persecution of Cuba’s international financial transactions, which is contrary to the political will of the international community;

5. Request to the Government of the United States of America to fulfill the successive resolutions adopted by the United Nations General Assembly and, in response to the repeated calls from the international community, to put an end to the economic, commercial and financial blockade against Cuba, which is contrary to International Law, severely and unjustifiably damages the well-being of the Cuban people.

 

Special Declaration of the Heads of State and Government of Latin America and the Caribbean, (CELAC), gathered in Punta Cana, the Dominican Republic, on occasion of its 5th Summit on January 25th, 2017:

Special Declaration of the Heads of State and Government of Latin America and the Caribbean, (CELAC), gathered in Punta Cana, the Dominican Republic, on occasion of its 5th Summit on January 25th, 2017:

1. Reiterating its commitment to multilateralism and to the principles enshrined in The Charter of the United Nations and International Law, including sovereign equality and territorial integrity of States;

2. Reaffirming the Proclamation of Latin America and the Caribbean as a Zone of Peace, adopted at its Second Summit in Havana on January 29th, 2014;

3. Reaffirming the Special Declaration on the return to the Republic of Cuba of the territory occupied by the United States Naval Base in Guantánamo, approved in the 4th CELAC Summit, on January 27th, 2016;

4. Aware of the existence, for more than a century, of the United States Naval Base in Guantanamo, territory of the Republic of Cuba, which is constantly claimed by its people;

5. Acting in the light of the process towards the normalization of relations between the Republic of Cuba and the United States of America, which is an element that contributes to the stability of Latin America and the Caribbean;

6. Consider that the return to the Republic of Cuba of the territory occupied by the US Naval Base in Guantánamo, as has been repeatedly called for by the Cuban people and government, should be a relevant element of that process, through bilateral dialogue in conformity with International Law.

Colaboradores cubanos en Namibia realizaron Fórum Científico Nacional

 

Colaboradores cubanos en Namibia realizaron Fórum Científico Nacional

Windhoek, 23 de enero de 2017.- La Vigésima edición del Fórum Científico Nacional de la colaboración cubana en Namibia se celebró en esta capital el pasado sábado con la asistencia de unos 60 colaboradores cubanos de la salud y de la empresa cubana UNECA.

Temas asociados a la labor médica, la planificación urbana y rural y la participación cubana en diferentes proyectos constructivos en el país centraron la atención de los participantes quienes debatieron a profundidad las soluciones que a mediano y largo plazo se podrían aplicar.

Entre los presentes estuvo el embajador cubano en Windhoek, Cro. Giraldo Mazola quien exhortó a los cooperantes cubanos a redoblar sus esfuerzos para brindar un servicio de alta calidad al hermano pueblo namibio. Asimismo resaltó el alto valor investigativo que este año se evidencio en las más de 30 presentaciones que se realizaron.

Por la parte namibia participaron el secretario permanente del Ministerio de Salud, Andreas Mwomboola quien calificó de vital la realización de este tipo de evento científico y aseguró el respaldo de su ministerio a la próxima edición. Por el Ministerio de Desarrollo Urbano y Rural participó el director técnico quien tuvo a bien intervenir en cada una de las intervenciones que se realizaron.

Sendos mensajes a los presidentes de Cuba y Namibia fueron dados a conocer en los que se aseguró la continuación de las relaciones bilaterales. 

La colaboración cubana en Namibia se inició en el año 1990 y en la actualidad cuenta con unos 120 profesionales de siete organismos cubanos.

EMBACUBA NAMIBIA

 

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