Cuba in Norway

Norwegian students from the University of Stavanger make a training stay in the University of Havana

Oslo, February 27, 2024. Since the beginning of January, a group of five students from the Department of Social Studies of the University of Stavanger joined the Department of Sociology of the University of Havana for a six-month training stay.

As part of the academic activities, in recent days the Norwegian students held a meeting with Cuban students of Sociology in which they discussed about the work of social workers in Norway.

Second International Meeting of Theoretical Publications of Left Parties and Movements meets in Havana with the presence of the Editor-in-Chief of the Norwegian newspaper FRIHETEN

Oslo, February 14, 2024. With a call for unity, the fight for peace and the people's solidarity against imperialist aggression, the 2nd International Meeting of Theoretical Publications of Left Parties and Movements is taking place in Havana.

The event brings together 100 intellectuals, personalities, thinkers and academics from 37 countries, together with their Cuban colleagues, to debate the current challenges faced by progressive forces and agree on common strategies of action against the resurgence of fascism and the violent capitalist onslaught.

Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba

On February 14, 2024, the diplomatic and consular relations between the Republic of Cuba and the Republic of Korea were established through an exchange of Diplomatic Notes between the Permanent Representations of both countries to the United Nations in New York. 

The establishment of official relations between the two countries was carried out in conformity with the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations, the International Law and in accordance with the spirit and norms established in the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of April 18, 1961. 

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