The leaders said that Trump made himself unwelcome with his vulgar insults against Haiti and African countries, saying that they likely speak for the entire African Diaspora.
Bridgetown, Barbados — About 90 Pan-African organisations and leaders in the Caribbean have declared United States President Donald Trump 'persona non-grata' for reported racist remarks he made last week about Haiti and African nations.
Ambassador of Cuba, Rodolfo Benítez Verson formally presented its credentials to the President of the Republic of South Africa H.E. Jacob Zuma.
In his speach the amabassador expressed his commimnment to serving Cuba and South Africa with dignity and working tirelessly to further strengthen the excellent relations of friendship and cooperation between the two Governments and peoples. He also expressed his duty to be true to the legacy of Commander-in-Chief Fidel Castro Ruz and Nelson Mandela, the leaders of the two countries, as we mark Madiba’s 100th birthday this year.
11th. International Congress on Higher Education University 2018
The Ministry of Higher Education and the universities of the Republic of Cuba convene for the 11th International Congress on Higher Education “University 2018”.
When this next February 2018 the doors of the eleventh edition of the congress open, twenty years of the celebration of its first edition will have passed and it will have "come to age" as a context for meeting, dialogue, and debate on the most pressing problems of higher education in our countries.
El Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de la República de Cuba, condena enérgicamente las declaraciones racistas, denigrantes y groseras del Presidente de los Estados Unidos de América, sobre Haití, El Salvador, estados africanos y de otros continentes, en el transcurso de una negociación sobre el programa migratorio conocido como DACA, que tuvo lugar en la Casa Blanca, en el día de ayer.
Statement to the press by Josefina Vidal Ferreiro, Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs Director General for U.S. Affairs.