Cuban Ambassador meets with President of the Chamber of Commerce of Indonesia

Cuban Ambassador meets with President of the Chamber of Commerce of Indonesia

Indonesia, February 13, 2017. Rosan P. Roeslani, President of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (KADIN) and Cuban Ambassador Nirsia Castro Guevara, held an interview at KADIN headquarters during which they discussed the potentialities between the two Countries to develop trade and cooperation relations in different fields such as Tourism, Investment, Biotechnology and Medical Services.

Meeting between Iberoamerican and Caribbean Consuls with IOM Delegation

Indonesia, February 8th, 2017. The Embassy of Cuba hosted today the first meeting of 2017 of the Group of Consuls from Iberoamerica and the Caribbean in Indonesia, with the participation of Mark Getchel Head of Mission of the International Organization for Migration (IOM).

The meeting chaired by Cuban Ambassador Nirsia Castro Guevara, who received Mark Getchel minutes before the gathering, served to update the Consuls on the main actions and challenges of the Organization in Indonesia, as well as to exchange information of interest to both sides.

CELAC-EU Summit rejects blockade of Cuba and its extraterritorial impact

The final declaration of the Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) and the European Union (EU), which concluded June 11 in Brussels, rejected the U.S. blockade against Cuba and its extraterritorial impact.
The 2nd CELAC-EU Summit was held over two days in the Justus Lipsius building, headquarters of the European Council, and saw the participation of more than 40 heads of state and government and high level delegations from 61 countries throughout the two regions.


The Cuban Ambassador to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Vilma Reyes Valdespino, received Mr. Saboto Caesar, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries and Rural Transformation of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, at the headquarters of the diplomatic mission on   January 17th

Declaration by the Revolutionary Government

For several years, it had been a permanent interest of the Cuban government to adopt a new immigration agreement with the United States to solve the serious problems that continued to affect migration relations, despite the existence of bilateral agreements in this area.
This agreement removes the commonly known "dry feet-wet feet" policy and the provisional admission program (parole) for Cuban health professionals, which Washington applied in third countries.


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