Vietnamese call for Cuba’s exclusion from US terrorist list

The definitive and permanent exclusion of Cuba from the unilateral list elaborated by the U.S. government and which designates States allegedly sponsoring terrorism was demanded today by solidarity organizations.

The United States should consider putting an end to and permanently eliminating Cuba from that list, thus stopping the imposition of a series of irrational and unfounded economic and financial blockade measures that seriously affect the life of the brotherly Cuban people, a statement issued by the Vietnam-Cuba Friendship Association emphasizes.

The statement also points out that through information from the press and diplomatic agencies, last May 15, it was announced, that the U.S. government decided to remove Cuba from the list of countries that did not cooperate with U.S. anti-terrorist efforts in 2023.

Warm meeting between the Vice President of Cuba, Salvador Valdés Mesa and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Saint Kitts and Nevis, Rt. Hon.Dr. Denzil Douglas

"It is a great pleasure for me to be here with you, on behalf of Prime Minister Drew, and to be able to listen to you,”" Douglas told Valdés Mesa. My country, he told him, confirms the deep gratitude of our Government and people, to the Government and the people of Cuba, which, despite the difficult conditions it is going through, has found the way to continue supporting us in our development.

"Saint Kitts and Nevis was the last CARICOM country to obtain its independence, we are the smallest in the Caribbean Community, but we are not afraid to publicly support Cuba and its people," Minister of Foreign Affairs Denzil Douglas emphasized to the Cuban Vice President.

There is only one Cuba

With this announcement, the US government intends to address only one sector of our population. The coercive measure that most affect Cuba’s economy and public services and severely harm the wellbeing of our population are neither eradicated nor modified.

The Government of the United States has been explicit in its intention to use this sector for political purposes against the Revolution, in the interest of its change of regime policy.

Speech by the Vice President of the Republic of Cuba, Salvador Valdés Mesa, high-level meeting on resource mobilization for Small Island Developing States

It is a fact that the imbalances of the international financial system do not provide the necessary stability to achieve the sustainable development goals and meet the special needs of small Island Developing States.

The alternative for our countries can no longer be based on old formulas. The only viable solution lies in the rethinking of the unjust and unequal international economic order and the current bases that define North-South relations and life on the planet.


Ambassador of Cuba to St. Kitts and Nevis visits Acting Permanent Secretary of Health.

The Acting Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Health of this Federation, Curtis Martin, recently appointed to the position, received a visit by the ambassador of the Republic of Cuba, David Rivero Pérez, this morning at the headquarters of the Ministry of Health.

The meeting held in an affable mood, was favorable for the formal presentations by both parties, as well as for the approach to issues of common interest, with emphasis on cooperation in this sector and the performance of the Cuban Medical Brigade that works here.

Cuban president congratulates Vietnamese peer after election

Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel on Wednesday congratulated To Lam for his election as president of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. On his X profile, the head of State wished To success in his new tasks and expressed Cuba’s will to continue to strengthen the excellent bilateral relations that exist in all fields.

General To Lam, who had been the minister of Public Security of Vietnam until now, was elected in the seventh session of the National Assembly (Parliament) to assume the Presidency of the Republic for the 2021-2026 term.

Cuba congratulates new president of Vietnam’s Parliament

The president of the National People's Power Assembly of Cuba (Parliament), Esteban Lazo, on Tuesday congratulated Tran Thanh Man on his recent election as head of the Vietnamese Legislative Body.

In a letter sent to his Vietnamese counterpart, Lazo affirmed that the relations of friendship and solidarity between both institutions are based on the historic brotherhood forged by the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, and President Ho Chi Minh, since the difficult years of the struggle for Vietnam’s liberation and its reconstruction.

Vietnam, Cuba promote cooperation in justice

A delegation from the Supreme People’s Court led by its Deputy Chief Justice Nguyen Van Tien paid an official visit to Cuba from May 13-18 to promote bilateral relations and attend the 11th International Meeting of Justice and Law.

At a working session with Chief Justice of the Supreme People's Court of Cuba Rubén Remigio Ferro, Tien reviewed the developments in judicial cooperation between the two countries. He also briefed the host on main reforms in the Vietnamese court system in recent times, including perfecting institutions, reforming judicial administrative procedures, building electronic courts and applying information technology in court activities.


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