Havana, May 13. Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez reiterated Cuba's complaint about its exclusion, by the United States, from the Summit of the Americas to be held in Los Angeles from June 8 to 10.
The Cuban foreign minister thought that with such a decision the White House eliminates the possibility of discussing important issues in the bilateral and regional relationships, such as migration.
Several heads of government in the region have spoken out against such exclusion and have announced that they will not attend the event if it continues.
Wellington, May 10. Ambassador Edgardo Valdés attended the Europe Day celebration, organized by H.E Nina Obermaier, EU Ambassador to New Zealand.
The event, held at the Parliament building, was attended by local personalities and members of the Diplomatic Corps, among others.
Cuba works for a good relationship with the European Union, based on the principles and objectives established in our Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement.
Dunedin, May 3. Ambassador Edgardo Valdés met with a group of friends from Cuba, active members of the solidarity movement.
He exchanged with union leaders, representatives of the Maori community in the South Island and other activists, about the international situation, the Cuban reality, and ways to strengthen relations between Cuba and New Zealand.
Blackball, April 30. Ambassador Edgardo Valdés participated in the activities for International Labor Day held in this town on the South Island of New Zealand, which has a strong trade union tradition.
In the evening, the Ambassador made a presentation on the current international scenario and its implications for Latin America and Cuba in particular.
The participation of the Cuban Ambassadors in these celebrations is already a tradition.