Cuba in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe present at the General Council of the World Federation of Democratic Youth to be held in Cuba

Harare, 23.05.23. The Embassy of Cuba in Zimbabwe received the young Zimbabweans, Taurai Kundishaya and Munashe Makiba, members of the executive of the ZANU PF Youth League who will participate in the General Council of the World Federation of Democratic Youth to be held in Cuba from 24 to 28 May. The Chargé d´ Affaires a.i. of Cuba, Yoisy Ford García, appreciated the positive response of the ZANU PF Youth League for being part of the event. She advocated for the strengthening of links and cooperation between the youth organizations of both countries.

The Zimbabwe Ministry of Health honours the members of the Cuban Medical Brigade

The Ministry of Health of the Republic of Zimbabwe held an act of farewell and decoration to the Cuban Medical Brigade #13 for its outstanding work in the sister nation.

The Vice Minister of Health, Hon. Dr. J. C. Mangwiro, expressed gratitude on behalf of the Zimbabwean government and people for the appreciable work carried out. Officials from the Foreign Affairs Ministry, Hospital Directors, executives of the Zimbabwe-Cuba Friendship Association, Zimbabweans who graduated in Cuba, friends and a representation of the Cuban Diplomatic Mission were also present.

Sister lands strengthen commercial ties in the Biopharmaceutical sector

Harare, 4.05.23. The Cuban Chargé d' Affaires in Zimbabwe, Yoisy Ford garcía, receives the Executive Director of Biotech Pharmaceutical Zimbabwe, Dr. Gomo, at the diplomatic headquarters. The occasion was propitious to point out the state of collaboration in this sphere. Both countries ratify the will to continue development in the sector. This project will contribute to the benefit of both societies.

Zimbabwe and Cuba revitalize cultural relations

Harare, 26.04.23. Minister of the Interior and Cultural Heritage of Zimbabwe, Hon. Kazembe Kazembe expressed the will to continue strengthening the cultural ties between both countries and congratulated the cultural and patrimonial development of the largest of the Antilles. For her part, the Chargé d'Affaires a.i., Yoisy Ford García, welcomed the state of relations and thanked Zimbabwe for its interest in revitalizing the exchange of the sector between the two nations.