Cuba in Zimbabwe

Ambassador of Cuba in Zimbabwe´s interview on ZBC

The Ambassador of Cuba in Harare, Carmelina Ramírez Rodríguez, had an interview for "Good Morning Zimbabwe", a programme of the Zimbabwean television ZBC. The Cuban diplomat highlighted the historical ties between the two nations, which started before Zimbabwe independence and they are still prevailing to this day. During the interview she denounced the unfair US economic blockade against the Caribbean island, intensified with more than 243 measures adopted by the Trump administration and supported by the current president of the White House.

Cuba and Zimbabwe evaluate cooperation possibilities in the education sector

The Minister of Higher, Tertiary, Science and Technological Development of Zimbabwe, Honorable Professor Amon Murwira, received the Ambassador of Cuba, Carmelina Ramírez Rodríquez. The meeting discussed the possibilities of cooperation in the education sector between the two countries.

Officials from the Zimbabwean Ministry and the Counselor of the Cuban Embassy, Yoisy Ford García, also attended.

Reason Is Our Shield

Dignity, resilience and unity are our greatest strengths in the face of the dishonest and mean annexationist action that serves the interests of the historical enemy of the Cuban nation in its attempt to fragment and divide us to defeat us.

After tough months of pandemic, harsh global economic crisis and a tightened and sustained blockade  –that has ostensibly affected our people-, Cuba has started to revive its social life, public places and services, schools, tourism and other sectors of the economy.

Zimbabwe ratifies its support for Cuba in the fight against the US Blockade.

Cuban Ambassador in Harare, Carmelina Ramirez, held a meeting at the Zimbabwean Foreign Ministry with Ambassador Alice Mageza, Director of Political Affairs. Counsellor Yoisy Ford was also present. Mageza ratified her country's support for Cuba in the battle against the unjust US blockade and praised the good state of bilateral relations between the two countries. Both parties expressed interest in expanding economic and commercial ties.