Cuban diplomats meet defenders of the environment.

Waiheke Island, January 31. Ambassador Edgardo Valdés and Consul Dalila Vázquez met on this island with Ivan Kitson, Natasha Beletzky, and Colin Beardon, who from different positions carry out meritorious work to protect the environment and the flora and fauna of this region.

Both parties presented their experiences in terms of national parks and protected areas, international cooperation, and sustainability of the projects.

Mexico will hire another 119 Cuban doctors to provide services as of January 2023

Another 119 Cuban doctors will arrive in Mexico next January to provide their specialized services, announced the director of the National Social Security Institute, Zoé Robledo.

In the morning press conference of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador at the National Palace, dedicated today to health issues, Robledo made the announcement in a recount of the Cuban doctors hired to work in the country.

He said that 491 specialists are in 11 states, in very difficult and marginal places, and help provide coverage 24/7 in the hospitals where they are stationed.

Vietnam will enter the Cuban tourism sector next year

Everything is quite advanced for Vietnam to enter the Cuban tourism sector at some point in 2023, Ambassador Orlando Hernández Guillén announced on Tuesday.

In principle, Vietnamese companies will assume the repair of two hotels and the construction of another in Havana, the head of the Cuban state mission in the Asian country pointed out in an interview with Prensa Latina.

32nd anniversary of Cuban medical collaboration celebrated in Belize

Cuban health professionals celebrated Latin American Medicine Day and the 32nd anniversary of medical collaboration in this Caribbean country, a diplomatic source reported today.

In the activity, chaired by the ambassador of the largest of the Antilles, María Caridad Balaguer, Consul Gustavo Aguinaga and Dr. María del Carmen Lozada, the most prominent in the sector in 2022 at the national level were stimulated.

6th International Cooperation Conference of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS).

Havana, November 11. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, at the closing of the VI International Conference of Cooperation of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) expressed: It has been a special meeting, which has had as a priority the resumption of collective actions of cooperation and the reaffirmation of solidarity as an indispensable element to face the obstacles and challenges that not only persist but also increase in the current international scenario, with a considerable impact in our region”.

Cuban diplomats visit Te Ohaaki Marae.

Waikato, September 5. Ambassador Edgardo Valdés and Consul Dalila Vázquez visited Te Ohaaki Marae, where they met with tribal leader Tuku Morgan and other leaders to evaluate possible forms of cooperation, mainly in the field of health.

The diplomats participated in a traditional Maori welcome, visited the museum, and exchanged extensively on the history and reality of Cuba and the Maori communities.


The Cuban Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, Rodrigo Malmierca Díaz, meets with representatives of Cuban aid workers in Barbados, graduates in Cuba, Cuban residents and Barbadian solidarity.

Minister Malmierca addresses the audience.

Within the framework of the attendance of a Cuban delegation at the Afro-Caribbean Trade and Investment Forum 2022, held in Barbados on September 1 and 2, the Cuban Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment, Rodrigo Malmierca Díaz, held a meeting with the Cuban aid workers who work in Barbados, the Cuban residents, the representatives of solidarity and those of the Barbadians who have graduated in Cuba, which was an appropriate moment to share elements on the national news, the activities that these groups carry out in Barbados and the reinforcement of the economic, commercial and fi

Vice President of "World Beyond War" visited the Embassy of Cuba.

Wellington, April 19. Ambassador Edgardo Valdés and First Secretary Dalila Vázquez met at the Embassy with Liz Remmerswaal, Vice President of "World Beyond War", who visited us with her husband.

We had an interesting exchange on the international situation and cooperation in defense of peace between Cuban and New Zealand organizations.

We established avenues for cooperation between ICAP and "World Beyond War", an organization dedicated to the search for peace.


GRULAC heads of mission exchange at the Cuban Embassy.

Wellington, March 25. In an informal meeting at the Embassy of Cuba, the Ambassadors of the Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC) and their partners welcomed the new representatives from Brazil, H.E. Marcos Arbizu de Souza, and from Peru, H.E. José Bustinza.

We were joined by the Mayor of Wellington, H.W Andy Foster, and his wife Ann, who have been excellent hosts to the entire diplomatic corps.

In a friendly atmosphere, we exchanged ideas to jointly promote our relations with New Zealand.



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