Cuba in Denmark

The United States has to take Cuba, once and for all, out of the list of states allegedly sponsoring terrorism. Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

According to U.S. official media reports, on 15 May 2024, the country’s State Secretary submitted to the Congress one more of the arbitrary reports that normally describe countries without any international mandate or recognition. This time, he listed four countries who allegedly “do not fully cooperate with the United States antiterrorist efforts for the 2023 calendar year.” As opposed to what has happened in recent years, the list does not slanderously include Cuba among such countries.



Copenhagen, June 8, 2024.- The Cuban ambassador to Denmark, Ana Maria Chongo was received by the Mayor of Kolding, Knud Erik Langhof. The vice-mayor, Birgitte Munk Grunnet, made a presentation on the socio-economic situation of the region. 

Information to users of the Cuban Consulate

Information to users of the Cuban Consulate

From January 1, 2024, the Consulate of the Republic of Cuba, in the Kingdom of Denmark, will be closed to the public.

It will open again on January 22, 2024, at its usual hours, from 09:00 to 12:00 midday, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Embacuba Dinamarca