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Ambassador participates in monthly meeting of the Women's International Club of Canberra

Canberra, 22 April 2024. The Cuban Ambassador Tanieris Diéguez participated in the monthly meeting of the Women's International Club of Canberra (WIC).

The occasion was an opportunity to exchange with its president, Robyn Tulloh.

The WIC is a women’s friendship club established in 1964. It currently has 300 members, Australian and international women, representing around 50 countries. The Club is not-for-profit, international in scope and has as its focus multicultural understanding and friendship.

Friends of Cuba in Sydney demanded the end of the blockade

Sydney, 20 April 2024. Members of the Australia-Cuba Friendship Society (ACFS) demonstrated against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed on Cuba by the United States government in Sydney.

Friends in solidarity carried signs denouncing the blockade and supporting the Cuban Revolution.

We are grateful for the expressions of solidarity with our people.

Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba

Between April 19 and 21, 2024, 248 Cuban citizens who had traveled to the Republic of Haiti on private business were transferred to Cuba. It was an operation coordinated by the Cuban authorities with the support of the Cuban Embassy in Haiti and the permanent accompaniment of officials of our diplomatic mission.

Cuban ambassador participates in concert in solidarity with the Palestinian people

Canberra, 18 April 2024. The Cuban Ambassador Tanieris Diéguez participated in a concert in solidarity with the Palestinian people sponsored by the Embassies of Palestine and Turkey in Australia.

It was moving to listen to the voice of Ayse Goknur Shanal and the musicians who accompanied her, with heartfelt pieces that reflected the pain of the Palestinian people.

Cuba reiterates its solidarity and support to the cause of the Palestinian people.

Cuba and the United States hold immigration talks in Washington DC

Washington, 16 April 2024 - On April 16, 2024, representatives of Cuba and the United States held bilateral migration talks in Washington DC. 

Deputy Foreign Minister Carlos Fernández de Cossío Domínguez headed the Cuban delegation and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for the State Department's Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Eric Jacobstein led the U.S. delegation.

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