With a political-cultural function ended in the Secondary School #52, José Martí, in Ulan Bator, the activities of tribute for the 127th Anniversary of the death in combat of the National Hero of Cuba.
The closing event was presided over by the Ambassador of Cuba in Mongolia, Jorge Ferrer and the Director of that institution, Mrs. Tserenkhand Lumben, who pronounced the main words, in front of the sculpture of Martí that perpetuates his memory. The Cuban Ambassador also placed a floral wreath before it.
Havana, May 16, 2022. Today, the government of the United States announced several measures, which are positive but of a very limited scope, regarding Cuba associated to the granting of visas, regular migration, flights to Cuban provinces, remittances and adjustments to the regulations governing transactions with the non-state sector.
The Cuban ambassador to Mongolia, Jorge Ferrer, and his family participated on the weekend, along with diplomatic representatives from 21 other countries and international organizations, as well as officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in planting trees and the opening ceremony of the “Green City-Citizen Participation” tree planting campaign that took place in the “New Park”, in the Nalaikh district, on the outskirts of Ulaanbaatar.
Havana, May 14 (Prensa Latina) The National Assembly of People's Power (parliament) of Cuba today condemned the US government's attempts to exclude the island from the 9th Summit of the Americas to be held next June.
May 14, 2022
Published by: Ana Luisa Brown
A statement approved by the MPs expressed their support for the denunciation made by Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez in the face of this new aggressive action by the United States against Cuba.
Havana, May 14 (Prensa Latina) Cuba has once again extended the non-commercial import of foodstuffs, personal and household products and medicines by passengers as accompanying luggage and free of customs duties.
According to a press release from the General Customs of the Republic (AGR, in Spanish) published this Saturday, the measure will be extended temporarily until December 31 of this year, with no limits on value and quantities.