Port Spain, November 14th, 2021. The Cubans nationals from Trinidad and Tobago continue united in supporting the Homeland. Today, when Cuba has managed to reduce infections and deaths from Covid 19, without stopping for a minute to face and suffer the iron blockade that adds another 243 asphyxiation measures, we continue to make Revolution.
NOTICE ABOUT THE CLOSURE OF THE CUBAN CONSULATE . 1. From November 15th, 2021 to January 15th, 2022, the consular office will close and will reopen on January 17, 2022.
2. Cuban citizens residing in Cuban National Territory may travel to Cuba with expired passports (passport expiration date), without paying the Extension of Stay Abroad (which is requested after 24 months of uninterrupted stay in Trinidad and Tobago) and without paying the passport extension (which is done every 2 years).
Port of Spain, October 31th, 2021. A representation of Cubans residing in Trinidad and Tobago once again raised their voices demanding the lifting of the inhuman and genocidal blockade that the US government has maintained against Cuba for more than six decades. With images, recordings and improvisations they expressed the damages caused and the benefits that the Cuban people would obtain based on the well-being of society in an area as important as health, if Cuba were not blockaded.
Port of Spain, October 20, 2021. The Cuban Embassy with the support of a representation of Cuban residents and members of the Medical Brigade that provides collaborative services in this country, released audiovisual material to commemorate the National Culture Day. With a brief tour of our cultural roots, they reflected the identity and traditions that distinguish this small island and the Cuban of all times. Traditions that range from the typical way of dressing, the dances and the peculiar flavor of Cuban food.