Riyadh, March 24th – At noon, the President of the Republic of Yemen, H.E. Mr. Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi, received in audience Vladimir González Quesada, who presented his credentials as the new Cuban Ambassador to this Arab nation, residing in the Saudi capital.
The simple but solemn ceremony took place at the Guest Palace in Al-Nasseriyah town, and was also attended by the Minister of Foreign and Expatriate Affairs, Dr. Ahmed Awad Bin Mubarak, and the Chief of Protocol and Ceremonies of the Presidency, Mr. Mohamed Al-Haj Mahfouz.
Riyadh, March 22nd - The Ambassador of Cuba, Vladimir González Quesada, met the new Undersecretary for Political and Economic Affairs in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia, Dr. Saud Bin Mohammad Al-Sati, who assumed this high responsibility recently.
The director of the Department for Latin America and the Caribbean, Ambassador Faisal Muslat Ghasab Al-Mandeel, and the specialist of Cuba in this department also participated in the meeting.
Riyadh, March 17th - The Ambassador of Cuba in Saudi Arabia, Vladimir Gonzalez, was received in audience by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of the Republic of Yemen, Dr. Ahmed Awad Bin Mubarak, to whom he presented copy of his credentials as the new non-resident Ambassador to this Arab nation, residing in the Saudi capital.
During the cordial meeting, the Foreign Minister and the Ambassador agreed to praise the historical diplomatic relations between Cuba and Yemen, that will celebrate 50 years of being established next May.
Riyadh, March 4th - With the assistance and participation of the 11 members of the Cuban State Mission, the popular consultation meeting on the new Families Code was held in Riyadh. Its draft was approved by the National Assembly of People’s Power in December 2021 to be submitted to the consideration of the electorate and to the subsequent referendum.
Statement by the Revolutionary Government
The U.S. determination to continue NATO’s progressive expansion towards the Russian Federation borders has brought about a scenario with implications of unpredictable scope, which could have been avoided.
United States’ and NATO’s military moves towards regions adjacent to the Russian Federation in recent months, preceded by the delivery of modern weapons to Ukraine, which together conform a military siege, are well known.