Cuba in India

Bangladesh, Cuba carry same objectives, ideologies

18 December 2016

Oscar Israel Martinez Cordoves, Ambassador of Republic of Cuba to New Delhi, recently came to Dhaka for one-day visit to attend Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD) Summit. During his visit, he spoke on Fidel Castro, who recently passed away, Bangladesh, Cuba relations and other important issues including health sector of Cuba in an inclusive interview with The Asian age. The interview was taken by Golam Rosul, Senior Sub-editor, The Asian Age at honorary consul of Cuba, Bangladesh, Obaid Jaigirdar's residence at Banani, Dhaka.

Cuba denounces at the 9th Summit of the Global Forum on Migration and Development, the US hostile policy against the island on migration.

New Delhi, India. December 13, 2016.  The 9th Summit of the Global Forum on Migration and Development was held from 10th to 12th December in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. This event was inaugurated by the Prime Minister of this country Ms. Sheikh Hasina who affirmed the international community is working with states and civil society to push for a comprehensive Global Compact of Migrants and Refugees by 2018.

Viva Fidel’ Reverberates through the Condolence Meeting in New Delhi

“FIDEL continues to live among all us Cubans and we will continue to carry forward the legacy of Fidel Castro by staying true to the revolution”, pledged the Cuban Ambassador Oscar Martinez. He was speaking at the memorial meeting organised by both the Communist Party of India (Marxist), CPI(M) and the Communist Party of India, CPI to pay homage to the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution in New Delhi.