Cuba in Zimbabwe

Main Zimbabwean daily publishes article "Cuba is not a sponsor of any type of terrorism"

The Zimbabwean daily "The Herald" published the article by the Cuban Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Carmelina Ramírez Rodríguez. In the analysis, the Cuban diplomat condemns the inclusion of the Caribbean island in the rigged list of the US empire. Ramírez stressed that Cuba does not recognize any authority of the US State Department to qualify countries as sponsors of terrorism. These lists are totally one-sided and lack international recognition. They exist and were conceived to defame countries with which the United States has disagreements and to apply economic coercion measures, such as Cuba.

Statement from the Zimbabwe- Cuba Friendship Association, Midlands Province Chapter in Gweru, against the inclusion of Cuba on the list of countries that sponsor terrorism.

Cde Mafa Kwanisai, the Chairman of the Zimbabwe Cuba Friendship Association, Midlands Province chapter in Gweru totally repudiates and denounce the fascist inclusion of Cuba on the list of countries that sponsor terrorism by United States .We stand resolutely in defence of the socialist Cuba. USA is founded on terrorism by decimating the original owners the Red Indians.

Zimbabwean students will study university degrees in Cuba

The Cuban Embassy in Zimbabwe welcomed the ceremony for the signing of the university transcripts of the Zimbabwean students Tavonga Mukhachana and Mduduzi Keith Gumbo, who will soon travel to the Caribbean island. The event was chaired by the Cuban Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Carmelina Ramírez Rodríguez, and the Counsellor, Yoisy Ford García and the mother of one of the students were also present.

Cuba and Zimbabwe reaffirm interest in revitalizing trade ties

The Ambassador of Cuba in Zimbabwe, Carmelina Ramírez Rodríguez, hold a meeting with the Minister of Industry and Commerce, Nzenza Sekai Irene. The Zimbabwean Minister has criticized the sanctions imposed on both countries by the Western powers and ratified the interest of its government in boosting trade ties with Cuba, in areas of common interest.

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