Wellington, October 19. To celebrate the Day of Cuban Culture, a group of Ambassadors, and prominent academics linked to foreign policy and in particular to Latin America and the Caribbean attended the Embassy.
Among them, Mathew O´Meagher, Director of the Latin American chapter of the Asia-Pacific Center for Excellence (Latam-CAPE), Karim Dickie, Executive Director of the Caribbean Council, and Professor Roberto Rabel, national vice president of the New Zealand Institute of International Affairs (NZIIA).
Wellington, October 20. The Cuban Embassy will remain closed from December 15, 2021, until March 2022. Those interested in consular services should start their procedures as soon as possible.
Citizens who wish to travel to Cuba as tourists during the closure of the Embassy can purchase tourist cards at Viva Expeditions travel agency.
For questions write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +64 (4) 479 5294.
We regret the inconvenience that the temporary closure of the Embassy may cause you.
Wellington, October 16. Ambassador Edgardo Valdés joined other members of the Diplomatic Corps, in the company of H.W Andy Foster, Mayor of Wellington, and New Zealand Health Director Dr. Ashley Bloomfield support the # Covid19 vaccination campaign.
This Saturday more than 120 thousand people were vaccinated, as part of an effort to boost immunization.
Wellington, October 8. With the presence of the mayor of the city H.W Andy Foster, the Ambassadors of the participating countries, and other guests, the Latin America and Spain Film Festival (LASFF) was closed in the city of Wellington.
Despite the limitations imposed by the Covid 19 epidemic, all the films had a wide audience. Cuba is represented by the film Innocence.
Wellington, October 5. The Cuban film "Inocencia" was presented at the Latin America and Spain Film Festival (LASFF), which has been taking place in 9 cities in New Zealand since October 1.
The Cuban Ambassador, when making the presentation to a large audience, made mention of the 62nd anniversary of the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry (ICAIC) and its importance for Cuban and Latin American cinema.