Meeting with Minister of Culture

Abuja, February 14, 2024.- The Ambassador of Cuba in Nigeria Miriam Morales Palmero was received by the Minister of Art, Culture and Creative Economy Mrs. Hannatu Musawa.

Visit to the Nigerian Parliament

Abuja, February 13, 2024.- The Ambassador of Cuba Miriam Morales Palmero visited the Nigerian Parliament where she held a meeting with the President of the Cuba-Nigeria Parliamentary Friendship Group, Senator Joshua Chinedu Obika.

The moment was favorable to address the action plan drawn up for the celebration on July 1 of the 50th Anniversary of the Establishment of Bilateral Relations between Cuba and Nigeria.

Namibia Book of Condolences

Abuja, February 13, 2024.- This morning the Ambassador of Cuba in Nigeria Miriam Morales Palmero signed the book of condolences opened at the headquarters of the Namibian Embassy on the occasion of the death of the President of Namibia, Brother Hage G. Geingob.

It was a moment of sorrow and sadness in which the most heartfelt condolences were conveyed to the Namibian Ambassador on behalf of the Cuban people and government.


( Embassy of Cuba in Nigeria)

Meeting with Friends of Solidarity

Abuja, February 9, 2024.- The Cuban ambassador to Nigeria, Miriam Morales Palmero, held a meeting with political journalists and friends of the solidarity movement with Cuba in Nigeria.

The moment was favorable for the exchange of ideas about future actions of the Solidarity Movement with Cuba in order to support the just struggle of the Cuban people to achieve liberation from the unjust blockade of the United States against the island.

(Embassy of Cuba in Nigeria)

Visit to friends of ECOWAS

Abuja, February 7, 2024.- The Cuban Ambassador to Nigeria Miriam Morales Palmero visited the headquarters of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) where she met with a great friend and expert on Cuba, the Director of the Department of Political Relations, Peace and Security, Ambassador Abdel Fatau Musah.

They exchanged about the history of Cuba, its merits and its historical leaders. She recognized Cuba's contribution to the African continent, especially in the training of quality professionals for the internal development of the countries.