Cuba in Ireland

The Archbishop of Dublin receives the Cuban Ambassador to Ireland.

Dublin, April 16, 2022. The Cuban ambassador to Ireland, Bernardo Guanche Hernández, visited Monsignor Dermot Farrell, Archbishop of Dublin, on Wednesday 13th in the afternoon. During the cordial meeting, the diplomatic representative recalled the visits made to Cuba by the last three Pontiffs of the Catholic Church: Juan Pablo Segundo (1998), Benedict XVI (2012) and Pope Francis (2015), an expression of the excellent existing relations between his country and the Catholic Church.

New Cuban Ambassador to Ireland presents Credential Letters

The head of the diplomatic mission of Cuba in Ireland, Bernardo Guanche Hernández, presented yesterday to the president Michael D Higgins, the credential letters accrediting him as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary in this country.

The Cuban Diplomatic Mission in Ireland debates the draft Families Code.

The Cuban Diplomatic Mission in Ireland debates the draft Families Code.

Dublin: Yesterday afternoon, March 9, the group of the Cuban Mission in this city proceeded to discuss the draft of Families Code. At the beginning of the meeting, after listening to the notes of the national anthem and with the presence of the Cuban flag, the ambassador to this country, Bernardo Guanche Hernández, referred to the importance of these consultations.

He explained that they take place throughout the country until April 30.

The President of Ireland received the Cuban ambassador in a farewell audience.

The President of Ireland received the Cuban ambassador in a farewell audience.

Dublin, February 11, 2022, Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland received in a farewell audience Hugo Ramos Milanés, ambassador of Cuba, and Soraya Torres Jaime, official in charge of consular affairs, who conclude their diplomatic mission after something more 4 years of service. After sending cordial greetings to President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermudes and comrade Raúl Castro Ruz, the Irish president ratified his gratitude for the support provided by the Cuban government so that Ireland could occupy a seat as a non-permanent member of the Security Council of the UN.

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