The Chargé d'Affaires a.i. from Cuba in Zimbabwe, Yoisy Ford García, visited the African Liberation Museum. The Cuban representative was received by the Director of Public Relations of the museum, Mr. Joseph Nkani and other officials. This project arose with the aim of honoring African history, its independence struggles and the creation of the Organization of African Unity, now the African Union.
Charge d'Affaires a.i. from the Embassy of Cuba in Zimbabwe, Yoisy Ford García, is invited to participate in a virtual meeting between directors of Biocubafarma and the Zimbabwean counterpart company. On the Zimbabwean side, the Ambassador of Zimbabwe in Cuba, H.E. Mr. Ignatius Graham Mudzimba, Dr. C. Gomo, Director of Biotech Pharmaceutical Zimbabwe and other officials from the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Innovation, Science and Technological Development. The occasion was propitious to exchange topics of common interest in order to strengthen bilateral cooperation.
In the context of the Africa´s Day, the Chargé d'Affaires a.i. from the Embassy of Cuba in Zimbabwe, Counsellor Yoisy Ford García in the company of Mr. Lovemore Gwati, member of the Zimbabwe-Cuba Friendship Association, paid a visit to the University of Scientific Education of Bindura. The Cuban representative was received by the Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Eddie Mwenje and other members of the institution's management.
The Zimbabwean weekly paper "The Sunday Mail" highlights Cuba's role in the formation of human capital in Zimbabwe. This project has been carried out through Cooperation in the Education sector and as part of the National Development Strategy carried out by the Southern country.
The Sunday Mail highlighted the good state of relations between the two countries and mutual support in the international arena. Zimbabwe has stood firm alongside Cuba in the fight against the blockade and in the same manner the Caribbean Island rejects Western sanctions against Zimbabwe.