London, 10 March.- The Cuban Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Bárbara Montalvo, participated in an event hosted by Canning House on women in diplomacy. The conference, held online and moderated by Canning House's CEO, Cristina Cortés, also featured the Ambassadors of Nicaragua and Panama in the United Kingdom, and the Special Envoy for gender equality at the Britain's Foreign Office.
London, March 10. – As part of the seminar series organized by the International Institute for the Study of Cuba, attached to the University of Buckingham, Dr. John Kirk, Emeritus Professor of Latin American Studies at the Canada’s Dalhousie University, made an online presentation entitled Cuban Medical Internationalism: One of the World’s Best-Kept Secrets, in which he analysed the collaboration that Cuba has provided in the world in the field of health.
At a time when we are seeing a rise of the extreme right and neoliberalism, the example of Cuba is more necessary than ever, said Roger McKenzie, president of the British human rights organization Liberation, in a virtual event organized by the publication Labor Outlook.
“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.
London, 16 February 2022- The 13th edition of the Universidad 2022 international congress, held in Havana 7-11 February, saw an active participation of delegates from the United Kingdom. The British delegation, including representatives of the International Institute for Cuban Studies (IISC), attached to the University of Buckingham, and the University College of London (UCL), held numerous meetings with Cuban authorities of higher education and high-learning institutions.