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Statement by the Revolutionary Government

The U.S. determination to continue NATO’s progressive expansion towards the Russian Federation borders has brought about a scenario with implications of unpredictable scope, which could have been avoided.

United States’ and NATO’s military moves towards regions adjacent to the Russian Federation in recent months, preceded by the delivery of modern weapons to Ukraine, which together conform a military siege, are well known.

Cuban Embassy in Liberia commemorates 127th anniversary of the start of the Cuban war of independence.

Monrovia, February 24, 2022 - February 24 marks the 127th anniversary of the beginning of the armed action organized by José Martí to achieve the independence of Cuba, which has been called the War of 95, the Necessary War or the Cuban War of Independence.

Uniting the new pines with the old pines could only be done by a man like José Martí, who managed to get Cubans to put aside their personal differences for the greater goal of seeing Cuba free.

Cuban culture celebrated in Malaysia

Guests were transported to the Caribbean nation through food, videos, music, costumes and rum.

The Embassy of Cuba in Malaysia organized this Wednesday, together with the Rotary Club of Petaling Jaya, a Cuban Night, a cultural and culinary event that brought together a hundred members of that organization, to share details about the life, culture and achievements of Cuba.
On this evening, guests were transported to the Caribbean nation through food, videos, music, costumes and rum.

Embacuba Liberia staff condemns the blockade on the 60th anniversary of the officialization of this policy of economic siege.

Monrovia, February 3, 2021.- The Cuban Embassy in Liberia reiterates its condemnation of the blockade, on a day like today, which marks 60 years since then U.S. President John F. Kennedy signed the official blockade against Cuba and its people.

This failed Cold War policy still constitutes the longest and most comprehensive economic, commercial and financial siege against any country.

Impact of the U.S. blockade on pharmaceutical production in Cuba

To learn about the national production of medicines at the end of 2021 and the behavior in the month of January, Granma newspaper talked to Dr. Eduardo Martinez Diaz, president of the business group of the Biotechnological and Pharmaceutical Industries of Cuba, BioCubaFarma.

We think that as from June, we could start to see improvements in the overall supply of medicines and other products, especially those of higher priority, such as control cards, the executive stated.

Código de las Familias with topics of interest for all Cubans

Havana, January 21-The director general of Consular Affairs and Cubans Residing Abroad at the Foreign Ministry, Ernesto Soberón, announced that people in more than 140 countries will be able to participate in the debate on the legal text by sending opinions to the Nation and Emigration website.

In a live broadcast on Facebook, the diplomatic source specified that a similar experience occurred during the debate of the current Constitution of the Republic, approved in April 2019.

Cuban émigrés attentive to help their native country

By Roberto Morejón

A number of Cuban emigrants abroad have responded, in their own way, to a solidarity movement in different parts of the planet to help the Cuban population in hard times of hard shortages.

As a result of the enormous expenditure on account of the state budget to mitigate the effects of the pandemic caused by the new coronavirus, the Caribbean nation has seen its capacity to purchase goods and raw materials decline.


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