Cuba in UN

Havana International Fair -- FIHAV 2022 -- returns

Havana, 13 November 2022. After two years of COVID-19 pandemic, the Havana International Fair is back, an opportunity to show Cuba's potential and promote business in important branches between national and foreign companies.

More than 60 nations have confirmed their attendance to the event, which shows the confidence and interest in the Cuban market, despite the U.S. blockade that seeks to hinder the commercial relations of the Caribbean nation with the rest of the world.

Statement by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, at the closing of the 6th International Cooperation Conference of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS), Havana, November 11, 2022

His Excellency Mr. Mario Búcaro, President of the Council of Ministers of the Association of Caribbean States and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Guatemala;

Her Excellency Ms. Adriana Bolaños, representative of Costa Rica, Chairman of the Special Committee on Cooperation and Resource Mobilisation;

His Excellency Mr. Rodolfo Sabonge, Secretary-General of the Association;

Distinguished Representatives of Member, Associate and Observer Countries;

Cuba will have company in FIHAV 2022, Minister says

New York, 10 November 2022. The Havana International Fair 2022 (FIHAV) will open next Monday with a high turnout that includes 25 official delegations and chambers of commerce, which shows that Cuba is not alone and that the world business community has confidence in the Cuban market despite the effects of the U.S. blockade, Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment Rodrigo Malmierca Diaz remarked.

ACS Cooperation Conference opens in Havana

Havana, 10 November 2022. The 6th International Cooperation Conference of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) opens in Havana on Thursday to promote integration and solidarity among the countries of the region.

The central theme of the two-day event is “The Greater Caribbean united towards economic recovery and sustainable and safe tourism.”

US blockade harms pediatric patients in Cuba

Havana, 9 November 2022. Pediatric patients are suffering from the effects of the United States economic blockade, according to the report recently presented to the United Nations General Assembly by the Cuban Foreign Ministry.