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Russia and Cuba consolidate brotherly ties in the face of sanctions

Moscow, November 21, 2022.- Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev said on Monday when meeting here with Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel that both countries are consolidating ties of brotherhood in the face of Western economic sanctions.

During the meeting, held in the framework of the Cuban president’s official visit to Russia, the Russian leader expressed gratitude for the presence of Cuban authorities and confirmed that this is another step to strengthen the common agenda.

President of Cuba starts work agenda in Algeria

Algiers, November 17, 2022.-  Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel congratulated his Algerian counterpart, Abdelmajid Tebboune, on his birthday and thanked him for receiving the Cuban delegation.

Díaz-Canel arrived on Wednesday in Algiers, first destination of his international tour, set to end on November 27th, and which also includes Russia, Turkey and China.

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Cuba is committed to Caribbean development

Havana, November 10, 2022.- Cuban Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment (MINCEX) Rodrigo Malmierca on Thursday highlighted Cuba's sustained commitment to the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) to contribute to regional development.

At the inauguration of the 6th ACS International Cooperation Conference, he praised the preparatory work done by Guatemala, Costa Rica, and this organization’s Secretariat.

Statement by Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba at the presentation of draft Resolution A/77/l.5 entitled “Necessity of ending the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States of Ameri

I would like to express our heartfelt solidarity with the sister Caribbean nation of Belize, which is suffering today the ravages left by a powerful hurricane.

Mr. President;

Permanent Representatives;

Distinguished delegates;

More than 80 percent of Cuba’s current population was born under the blockade.

Overwhelming support for Cuba at UN against the US blockade

United Nations, November 3, 2021.- Cuba scored a new victory on Thursday in its struggle against the United States blockade by achieving overwhelming support at the United Nations (UN) for a resolution passed by 185 votes in favor.

The resolution was only opposed by the United States and its staunched ally Israel, while Brazil and Ukraine abstained.

The vote, announced on the large boards at the plenary of the General Assembly, once again reflected the isolation of the United States and its deafness to Cuba’s demands, which for the thirtieth time were heard at this venue.

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