Cuba in Pakistan

The United States has to take Cuba, once and for all, out of the list of states allegedly sponsoring terrorism

Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

According to U.S. official media reports, on 15 May 2024, the country’s State Secretary submitted to the Congress one more of the arbitrary reports that normally describe countries without any international mandate or recorgnition. This time, he listed four countries who allegedly “do not fully cooperate with the United States antiterrorist efforts for the 2023 calendar year.” As opposed to what has happened in recent years, the list does not slanderously include Cuba among such countries.

Cuba resists and advances despite hostile U.S. policy.

Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel reiterated the will to advance in its economic and social development, despite the intensification of the U.S. blockade that attempts to subvert the revolutionary process.

In an interview with Spanish journalist and writer Ignacio Ramonet, published today in the Granma newspaper (the newspaper with the largest circulation), the Cuban leader affirmed that in the face of these aggressions, the country has not remained idle and is developing its capacity to resist.

The United States Continues to Protect Terrorists

Declaration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has learned, with deep concern, about the judgment delivered by a judge of the Court of the District of Columbia in the United States on May 1st, 2024, who acquitted Alexander Alazo Baró of the four charges he faced as a result of the terrorist attack he had perpetrated against the Cuban Embassy to the United States during the early hours of morning of April 30, 2020, claiming the insanity of the perpetrator.

Pakistani political activist shares heartfelt message of gratitude after visit to Cuba

Islamabad, May 7, 2024 _ The prominent Pakistani political activist, Dr. Ammar Ali Jan, today shared an emotional message on his social networks after his week-long stay in our country as a participant in the 50th Anniversary Congress on the New International Economic Order. This event, jointly convened by the Progressive International and the National Association of Economists and Accountants of Cuba, gathered in Havana numerous academics, diplomats and legislators from around the world for three days of intense debates.