Cuba in UN

Cuba thanks the government of Kenya for its cooperation

The information obtained is being currently processed by the authorities in charge of following up on such a thorough and important investigation. Meanwhile, procedures are being followed with several governments and international actors in search for cooperation and further clarification.  

Cuba re-elected vice president of the bureau of UN Special Committee on Decolonization.

Cuba was re-elected as vice president of the Bureau of the UN Special Committee on Decolonization, which confirms the renewed trust placed on the country, according to first vice minister of Foreign Affairs, Gerardo Peñalver. Ratified Cuba's decision not to give up its efforts to work to advance decolonization and to banish from international relations the scourge of colonialism.

US academics express interest in collaborating with Cuba.

Academics from United States participating at the XIV International Congress of Higher Education expressed their interest in strengthening collaboration with Cuban universities and extolled the potential of the meeting to forging alliances. Showed also interest on the consequences of the blockade imposed by the United States on the island in diverse spheres.

Cuban legislator participates in the 2024 Parliamentary Hearing at the United Nations..

Cuban legislator Rolando González Patricio, participates, in his capacity as president of the Latin American and Caribbean Parliament (PARLATINO), in the 2024 Parliamentary Hearing at the United Nations. With the theme “Ending conflicts: how to build a peaceful future”, the hearing is convened by the Inter-Parliamentary Union and the UN.