Wellington, May 3. Ambassador Edgardo Valdés and his wife, Consul Dalila Vázquez, attended the reception offered to the Diplomatic Corps by the Foreign Minister, Honorable Nanaia Mahuta.
At the event, held at Parliament House, Mahuta gave a useful update on New Zealand's foreign policy to those present.
On behalf of the diplomats, the Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, H.E Ahmad Alwehaib, Ambassador of Kuwait, thanked her for the opportunity.
After the speeches, the head of New Zealand diplomacy exchanged informally with the attendees.
Christchurch, April 25. Ambassador Edgardo Valdés and Consul Dalila Vázquez met with Cuban residents in this city, in a Cuban family night.
In addition to exchanging about Cuba, those present enjoyed traditional Cuban food and good music from our country.
We appreciate the hospitality of our compatriots.
Wellington, April 23. The soccer team of the Diplomatic Corps, made up of diplomats and family members, under the direction of the Cuban ambassador, defeated the Hutt City Council team.
With this victory, they managed to keep the trophy obtained last year.
The friendly match was an excellent opportunity to share and promote the practice of sports among diplomats and local officials.
Havana, April 19. The new Cuban Parliament met today to elect its leadership, in addition to electing the Council of State and the President and Vice President of the Republic, among other important positions.
Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez was re-elected as President, to guide the Cuban people for the next five years.
Addressing those present, he said: "The 470 people who make up this Assembly did not win by having more money or by representing a certain political party, each one of us is here to defend the interests of the majority."