Cuba in Trinidad and Tobago

“Cuba champions a solution that guarantees the security and sovereignty of all”.

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.

We call for the preservation of international peace and security.

• Declaration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba The efforts made by the United States to impose the progressive expansion of NATO towards the borders of the Russian Federation are a threat against the national security of this country and regional and international peace. The government of the United States has been for weeks threatening Russia and manipulating the international community about the risks of an “imminent massive invasion” of Ukraine.

Important notice for visa application.

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR VISA APPLICATION.

As part of the country's computerization process and the usefulness of having the possibility of making visa applications through online services, you can also apply for the visa you need online at our consular office. For this the platform http://visasonline.minrex.gob.cu/es will be available and you will find the audiovisual tutorials in Spanish and English, which will guide you on the steps to follow to make your online visa application.

60 years since the proclamation that formalized the criminal economic blockade by the United States against Cuba.

Declaration by the revolutionary government. The revolutionary government condemns the continuance for over 60 years of the economic, commercial and financial sanctions formally imposed by the United States on 3rd February 1962. On that date, the then president, John F. Kennedy, issued Proclamation 3447, “Embargo on All Trade with Cuba” under Section 620(a) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961. He thereby conferred official status on the unilateral economic hostilities already in effect against Cuba since our country’s revolutionary victory.

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