Cuba in Sri Lanka

Meeting of the Cuban ambassador with members of the Friendship Association Sri Lanka-Cuba

Meeting of the Cuban ambassador with members of the Friendship Association Sri Lanka-Cuba

Colombo, May 30, 2024. The Cuban ambassador to Sri Lanka, Andrés Marcelo González Garrido, received at the diplomatic mission in Colombo DMP Dissanayake, secretary of the Sri Lanka-Cuba Friendship Association and Wilfred Jayasinghe, member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Sri Lanka and International Relations Officer, also a member of the Association.

Cuba and Sri Lanka evaluate possibilities of cooperation in the field of Science and Technology

Cuba and Sri Lanka evaluate possibilities of cooperation in the field of Science and Technology

Colombo, May 30, 2024. At the Cuban embassy in Sri Lanka, a meeting was held between the ambassador, Andrés Marcelo González Garrido, with the additional secretary for Development and Innovation of the Ministry of Education, in charge of the Science and Technology, Rojhita Uduwawala.
During the meeting, the ambassador presented the results of scientific development in Cuba, in different spheres of science, technology and innovation, as well as the existence of several institutions dedicated to scientific research with important achievements and recognitions.

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

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

On May 28, the Government of the United States finally announced a group of measures aimed at implementing the policy announced on May 16, 2022. The purpose of this step, according to the text published by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), is to support the private sector in Cuba.

Call for Removal of Cuba on United States State Sponsor of Terrorism List. Press notice from The People’s Liberation Front -Srilanka

 PRESS NOTICE. CALL FOR REMOVAL OF CUBA ON UNITED STATES STATE SPONSOR OF TERRORISM LIST (SSOT)

The People’s Liberation Front -Srilanka expresses its deep concern over the persistent designation of the Republic of Cuba on the United States State Department's State Sponsor of Terrorism List (SSOT). This list identifies and includes governments that are purportedly engaged in providing active support to violent non-state actors involved in terrorist activities. JVP finds this classification by the United States as arbitrary and unfounded. 

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