Members from the Australia-Cuba Friendship Society(ACFS) gathered together last weekend in Melbourne city to commemorate 26th July and stressed their support to the Cuban Revolution.
The opening words were delivered by the ACFS´s president, Mrs. Maree Dellora, who stressed the historical significance of that date in which Fidel Castro was revealed to the world as the leader of the revolutionary process that gave Cuba its definitive independence, on 1rst January 1959.
28th May, Canberra- On Saturday 26th May, the Consular section of Cuba in Canberra moved to the city of Melbourne, the second most important in Australia, for bringing consular services to the Cuban community, as well as to provide updated information on the most recent changes adopted by Cuba in migration matters.
Sydney, 29th April- More than twenty Cuban citizens attended this Sunday a fundraising event organized at the Uruguayan Club headquarters by solidarity organizations with Cuba in Sydney.
The activity, carried out with the support of the Embassy of Cuba, consisted of a "Cuban Party", in which some passages of the history of Cuba were shown, as well as the most recognized Cuban rhythms, such as rumba and guaguanco, masterfully represented by the Cuban resident "El Moro", who has been exercising as a dancer and dancing teacher in this great city for years.
Each year, the different regional branchs of the Australia Cuba Friendship Society (ACFS) get together to hold an annual balance meeting known as "the National Consultation". In this meeting, which has been developing for more than 30 years, the friends of Cuba review their work as well as the internal functioning of the organization.