Cuba in New Zealand

Samoa’s Head of State receives the Cuban Ambassador

Samoa 2015

Apia, Samoa, 27 April 2015. On the occasion of the official visit to Samoa, the Ambassador of Cuba Maria del Carmen Herrera Caseiro was received by the Head of State of this Pacific nation, His Highness Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Efi, who was accompanied by his wife, Her Highness Masiofo Filifilia Tamasese nee Imo.

Samoa’s Primer Minister and Cuban Ambassador meet

Samoa 2015 PM

Apia, Samoa. Within the framework of her farewell visit to Samoa, the Ambassador of Cuba Maria del Carmen Herrera Caseiro, met with the Prime Minister of this country, the Honourable Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Sailele Malielegaoi.

During the encounter, the two officials commented on the recent developments in the relations between Cuba and the US, agreeing that the persistence of the economic, commercial and financial blockade was the main obstacle for progress towards the normalization of ties between the two countries.

In this context, the Samoan hig

Historic Cuban medical cooperation with other peoples of the world is highlighted

Destacan Cooperación médica cubana 2015

Auckland, New Zealand. The documentary " Cuba and Chernobyl”, which tells the story of the Cuban medical assistance programmefor victims of the nuclear accident that took place in Ukraine in 1986, fromwhich over 25,000 affected people were treated in the Tarara hospital, was presented in the national headquarters of the New Zealand "Unite” union.

Ambassador of Cuba Cuba inaugurated the Annual Festival New Zealand starring Cuban residents

Rotorua, March 8, 2015. Invited by the Chairman of the Festival Committee Sponsor Cuba-New Zealand, Mr. Petera Hudson, Cuba's ambassador Maria del Carmen Herrera Caseiro formally opened the event, which featured a large audience, which included traditional Maori representatives (Te Arawapeople), local authorities, Cuban residents, sponsors and the general public.

Cuba and New Zealand sign joint cooperation agreement to support the Cuban medical cooperation in the Pacific

Agreement support Cuban medical cooperation in the Pacific

Wellington, 12 February 2015. As part of a solemn ceremony at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Beijing held the official signing of the Cooperation Agreement between Cuba and New Zealand to support the Cuban health care Pacífico.El Islands in the document signed by Mr. Craig Hawke, Chief Executive of the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Ambassador of Cuba María del Carmen Herrera Caseiro, marks a milestone in the sustained development of relations between the two countries.