Philippine-Cuba Cultural and Friendship Association calls for the end of the Blockade (Statement)

Statement of PhilCuba

Just Remove the Blockade

It is hypocritical of US President Biden to ask the Cuban Government to listen to the protesters, a few weeks after the US and Israel rejected the UN General Assembly Resolution (a vote of 184 countries out of 189) for the US to end the illegal economic blockade on Cuba.

 The Philippines-Cuba Cultural and Friendship Association or PhilCuba believes that the statements of the Biden government, Senator Marco Rubio, and the former State Secretary Pompeo, calling for support for the Cuban people are like “crocodile tears.”

Statement of the Philippine Solidarity Group with Cuba Kilusan sa Pambansang Demokrasya

Kilusan sa Pambansang Demokrasya

Lift the Blockade to Ease Food Shortages in Cuba

The entire world should reject the hypocritical statements of US President Biden, former State Secretary Pompeo, Senator Marco Rubio on the food shortages in Cuba.  They don’t really care for the well-being of the Cuban people.  The US’s economic, commercial and financial blockade for 60 years is the real cause of Cuba’s problems.

Cuban ambassador paid a courtesy visit to the secretary general of the United Malays National Organization

Ambassador Florentino Batista and UMNO Secretary General, Datuk Seri Ahmad Maslan. Photo courtesy of UMNO

Kuala Lumpur, April 21, 2021- The Cuban Ambassador to Malaysia, Florentino Batista González, paid a courtesy visit to Datuk Seri Ahmad Maslan, Secretary General of the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) .

At the meeting, issues of mutual interest were discussed and the status of bilateral relations was reviewed to strengthen ties between Cuba and Malaysia through this important political organization.

Ambassador of Cuba attended the presentation of exclusive Habano for Malaysia

The Cuban ambassador was in charge of honor to launch the new tobacco. Photo: courtesy of the organizers

Kuala Lumpur, April 9, 2021- Florentino Batista Gonzalez, Ambassador of Cuba in Malaysia, was the guest of honor this Thursday at the launch of a new cigar named San Cristóbal de La Habana Harimau Malaya, a first exclusive edition for this country of the Southeast Asian.

The Pacific Cigar company, the Asian distributor of Cuban cigars, officially launched the new extra robust tobacco which is limited to 8,888 cases and whose epithet, Harimau Malaya, refers to the well-known Malaysian Tiger in the local language.