Cuba in India

Cuba elected "Most Promising New Destination" at travel fair in India.

Cuba was selected as the "Most Promising New Destination" at Asia's leading travel fair, OTM, held in the Indian city of Mumbai, Maharastra state, from February 8 to 10. The award was received by Elizabeth Cristina Vela, the Tourism Counselor for Asia, during a closing session of the Fair. Also present were Abel Aballe Despaigne, Chargé d'Affaires of the Cuban Embassy in India, as well as representatives of Cuban travel agencies Havanatur and Cubatur.

Cuba participates in India's Tourism Fair

Cuba is participating for the first time in the India Tourism Fair, the largest of its kind in the Asian region, which takes place from February 8 to 10 in the city of Mumbai, in the state of Maharastra. This event hosts more than 600 exhibitors from almost 70 countries every year. 

Cuba has a 50-square-meter stand and its main objective is to promote Cuba as a destination in the Indian market. 

Cuba participates in Spanish Olympiad in New Delhi

The Embassy of the Republic of Cuba in India participated in the 4th Edition of the Spanish Olympiad of India held at the Cervantes Institute in New Delhi and organized by Vivos Education, an organization that provides Spanish language courses; in collaboration with Embassies of Latin American countries. 

Cuba participates in Diplomatic Bazaar in Delhi.

Last Saturday, February 3, the Embassy of the Republic of Cuba in India participated in the 2024 edition of the "Diplomatic Bazaar", an event organized by the Delhi Commonwealth Women's Association (DCWA) and the diplomatic community residing in the Indian capital, to support the charitable activities of DCWA, specifically health care institutions.

Tribute to José Martí in India.

The Chargé d'Affaires a.i. of the Embassy of Cuba in India Abel Aballe Despaigne and the Third Secretary Malena Rojas Medina paid tribute to our National Hero, on the occasion of the 171st anniversary of his birth, together with students and teachers of the public school "José Martí" located in the Indian capital. In front of the bust of the Apostle, a simple tribute was paid with a floral offering and emotional songs and speeches.