Cuban Embassy in Liberia celebrates 47th Anniversary of Cuba-Liberia Diplomatic Relations.

Monrovia, April 19, 2021.- Cuba and Liberia are today celebrating the 47th anniversary of the establishment of their uninterrupted diplomatic relations, which have been characterized by cordiality and mutual support on issues on the international agenda.

Throughout these decades, the ties between the two nations have reflected the will to preserve and strengthen the fraternal ties that unite these two countries.

The Republic of Cuba and the Republic of Liberia agreed to establish diplomatic relations on April 19, 1974. This country of Sub-Saharan Africa is one of the poorest countries in the world. It is bordered to the north by Guinea, to the east by the Ivory Coast and to the west by Sierra Leone. Its capital is Monrovia.

Cuba will always be grateful for the support of the Liberian government in the struggle against the criminal and cruel economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the U.S. against our people. At present this genocidal policy condemns us to deprivation and is the fundamental impediment to acquiring medicines, equipment and necessary material. The blockade puts Cuba under extraordinary pressure to guarantee the material supplies and equipment that sustain the public health system and the specific conditions to face the current pandemic.

Both governments ratify their willingness to continue strengthening bilateral ties, as well as to explore other areas of cooperation for the benefit of both peoples.


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