Port of Spain, May 1, 2022. The group of the Cuban Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago joins the celebrations for the First of May and from its combat trench reaffirms that VamosConTodo to defend the Homeland of all Cubans and the flags of socialism, for the sake of the social welfare of an entire people CubaViveYTrabaja.
Many thanks, I’m grateful to you all for being here. I have to report that Washington has decided to exclude the Republic of Cuba from the preparations for the 9th Summit of the Americas to be held in Los Angeles on 8th to 10th June and is presently exerting extreme pressures on numerous governments in the region which, privately and respectfully, oppose our exclusion.
Port of Spain, April 24, 2022. A representation of Cubans residing in Trinidad and Tobago raised their voices demanding that the US government lift the blockade against Cuba.
Making use of the audiovisual, they clearly expressed the consequences of the blockade policy imposed against our country and the damage caused to the Cuban people and family for 60 decades without interruption.
Migration talks between Cuba and the United States were held in Washington D.C. on April 21, 2022. The delegations were presided over by Carlos Fernández de Cossío, Deputy Foreign Minister, and Emily Mendrala, Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs respectively.
Both delegations reviewed compliance with the Bilateral Migration Accords as well as the mutual commitment to ensure a regular, safe and orderly migration.