Cuba in India

Secretary (East) of External Affairs of India received the Cuban Ambassador.

INDIA, May 19, 2016.- The Secretary (East) of  External Affairs .H.E.  Ms. Preeti Saran received on Wednesday at the headquarters of the Ministry of External Affairs to H.E. Mr. Oscar Martinez Cordovés, Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba in India.

During the meeting both sides reviewed the positive bilateral ties and the possibilities for strengthening them in the tourism sector, health, pharmaceuticals, etc., working together with the full support of India to advance these objectives.

The Minister of State for External Affairs of India received the Ambassador of Cuba

India, May 3th, 2016. The Minister of State for External Affairs of India General (Retdo.) V. K. Singh, welcomed the Ambassador of Cuba Oscar Martinez Cordovés in his office,  at the Ministry of External Affairs headquarters.

During the cordial meeting the parties discussed issues of the bilateral agenda and international relations, highlighting the traditional ties that have been developed between the two countries for 56 years.

Leaders of Trade Unions and Indian Communist Parties will participate in May Day in Cuba.

New Delhi, April 25 2016. Once again, the Indian solidarity movement reaffirmed its support for Cuba after confirming that two of his trade union leaders and members of the Communist parties of India will be present in our country on the occasion of May Day 2016 and to celebrate the 57th Anniversary of the Cuban Revolution & 77th Anniversary of the Founding of the Cuban Workers` Trade Union Central (CTC) answering an invitation of this Cuban institution.

PRESS RELEASE: THE RESULTS OF THE CELEBRATION OF THE 7th CONGRESS OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CUBA.

From 16 to 19 April was held in Havana, the 7th Congress of the Communist Party of Cuba, coinciding with two significant historical events for the Cuban people: first the 55th anniversary of the Bay of Pig Victory - an armed aggression, financed and organized by the government of John. F. Kennedy in 1961 to topple from its inception the genuinely revolutionary process and second, the proclamation of the socialist character of the Cuban Revolution; just a few hours before combating the aforementioned invasion.

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