Cuba in Australia

The new ambassador of the Republic of Cuba to Australia presents Copies of Style

Canberra, March 22, 2023. This morning, at the headquarters of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of the Commonwealth of Australia, the presentation ceremony of Copies of Style of the Ambassador of Cuba, H.E Mrs. Tanieris Diéguez, was held before the Chief of Protocol of the Australian Foreign Ministry, Mr. Ian McConville.

Governor-General of Australia receives the Ambassador of Cuba

Canberra, 2 February, 2023. H.E. David Hurley, Governor-General of Australia, received the Cuban Ambassador, Ariel Lorenzo Rodriguez, who will soon be completing his diplomatic mission in this country.

The meeting took place in a cordial and respectful atmosphere, which favored the exchange of views on the main issues of the bilateral agenda and the potential for continued cooperation in various fields.

Tribute paid in Sydney to José Martí on the 170th anniversary of his birth

Canberra, 30 January, 2023. Last Saturday, January 28, the Cuban Ambassador to Australia, Ariel Lorenzo Rodríguez and the First Secretary of the Mission, Liuba Montano Rubio, accompanied by members of the Australia-Cuba Friendship Society in Sydney and Cuban collaborators of the Literacy Program “Yes, I Can”, paid a heartfelt tribute to the National Hero of Cuba on the 170th anniversary of his birth.

Statement of the 38th Australian Solidarity Brigade "Southern Cross"

Havana, 18 January, 2023. Members of the 38th Southern Cross Brigade have spent the past three weeks sharing in the experience of the Cuban people. Our stay has allowed us to more thoroughly understand the struggles and realities of everyday members of the Cuban Revolution, as well as the work of their representative organisations.

Our membership expresses the strongest possible solidarity with the Cuban people in the face of the systematic hostility of the US government and in Cuba’s ongoing fight to exert their sovereignty.

Southern Cross Brigade of Australia resumes its trip to Cuba in its 38th edition

Canberra, December 27, 2022. The Southern Cross Brigade will travel to Cuba from 29/12/2022 to 17/01/2023, after two years of not having taken place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Brigade, in its 38th edition, will be made up of 15 members of the Cuba solidarity movement, who are traveling with the aim of getting to know the political, economic and social reality of the country, as well as learning a little more about its history.