The President of Zimbabwe sends a message of condolences to the President of Cuba for the fire that occurred at the Supertanker base in Matanzas
The President of Zimbabwe, HE Emmerson D. Mnangagwa sends a message of condolences to the Cuban President, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez. In the Mnangagwa letter, he laments the tragedy that occurred at the Supertanker base in the province of Matanzas just three months after the painful incident at the Hotel Saratoga. He expresses that the people of Zimbabwe have their thoughts and prayers with the friendly people of Cuba and the families of those who lost their lives or are missing. He wishes the injured a speedy recovery.
Zimbabwe ratifies its unconditional support for Cuba in the fight against the US blockade
The charge d'affaires a.i. of Cuba in Zimbabwe, Yoisy Ford García, was received at the Zimbabwean Foreign Ministry by the Director of Multilateral Affairs a.i., Mr. Munetsi Malverin Bere. The meeting took place in a cordial atmosphere; Mr. Bere conveyed the unconditional support of his country to the Caribbean island in the fight against the blockade. He noted that both countries are victims of unfair sanctions, which violate international law. He conveyed his deepest condolences for the human and material damage caused by the fire at the Supertanker base in Matanzas.
Zimbabwe Anti-Sanctions Trust issues Declaration in support of the Cuban Government and people after the fire at the Matanzas Supertanker Base
The Zimbabwe Anti-Sanctions Trust (ZAST) issued a letter of solidarity to the Cuban government and people in which they extend their declaration and condolences to the families of the deceased, the injured and the missing during the fire. In the letter, ZAST ratifies its unconditional support for Cuba and its fight against the blockade. The body recognizes that this accident is a severe blow to the island that is battling against the unjust US blockade.
Cuban Diplomat highlights the Day of National Rebellion on Zimbabwe TV
Today, July 26, Zimbabwe's morning magazine “Good Morning Zimbabwe” invites the Chargé d'Affaires a.i of Cuba, Yoisy Ford García, to remember the historical events of July 26, 1953 "Day of National Rebellion". In the program, the diplomat expressed that Cuba celebrates that day with joy since it is one of the most important events in Cuban history, which marked the awakening of the Cuban people against the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista.
The ZANU PF Women's League issues a statement in support of the Cuban Revolution
The ZANU PF Women's League issues a statement in support of the Cuban Revolution on the anniversary of the destabilizing attempts of July 11, 2021. In the message they demand the end of the blockade, denounce the interference of the United States in the internal affairs of the island and the incitement to the occurrence of destabilizing actions.