The Embassy of Cuba in Canada celebrated the 70th Anniversary of the assaults on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes Barracks, with the participation of organizations in solidarity with Cuba and other friends of our people.
During the event, the importance of this date for our Revolution was highlighted, since these actions contributed to the maturity of the political awareness and served as inspiration for the revolutionary war.
Consul Sabdiel Lafargue Moreno represented the Consulate at this event which was sponsored by the company specialized in the promotion of Keiretsu Forum Canada businesses. The moment was propitious to learndetails related to the new visa program implemented by the Canadian authorities, aimed at promoting the development of emerging business sectors in the country.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly rejects the arrival of a nuclear-powered submarine in the Guantanamo Bay on July 5, 2023, that stayed until July 8 at the US military base located there, which is a provocative escalation of the United States, whose political or strategic motives are not known.
On Sunday, June 25, the Cuban Consulate together with other Latin American consulates accredited in Toronto (Argentina, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Chile, Uruguay and Mexico) exhibited part of their roots at the Latin Fair of Toronto to highlight the Hispanic heritage and cultural diversity in Canada.
With the presentation of the feature film "Cuentos de un día más" by general coordinator Fernando Pérez, Cuba was present at the 26th edition of the Latin American Film Festival of Ottawa.
This is the first co-production between the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry (ICAIC) and independent creative groups, whose general theme is love in times of pandemic.
Staff members of the Cuban Embassy in the Canadian capital attended the screening of this film, in which the audience enjoyed the quality of the Cuban seventh art.