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President of the ICAP, Kenia Serrano,did a lively dialogue with 15 Parliamentary members
Thursday, June 18, 2015

Canberra, 16 June, 2015. On her first day in Canberra the Minister and President of the ICAP, Kenia Serrano, did a lively dialogue with 15 Parliamentary members of the recently formed Australia-Cuba Parliamentary Friendship Group,

The President of the ICAP was welcomed by Don Randall, from the Australian Liberal Party and president of the group previously mentioned. However, other parliament members from the main government party and the opposition participated in the gathering. They were all interested in the negotiation in the links Cuba-EE.UU, the possible of date of the opening of Embassies in the respective capitals, Cuba's economic situation, the new investment law, changes in the economy, the weight of the private sector and the potential of tourism.
 

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Bruno Rodriguez: The conversation Cuba-USA will continue in the next few weeks
Friday, May 15, 2015

In this article: Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, Cuba, Minister of Foreign Affairs United Stated-Cuba Relations

 

 
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PM SOGAVARE MEETS NEW CUBAN AMBASADOR
Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare received Cuba’s new ambassador to Solomon Islands His Excellency Jose Manuel Galego Montano for a courtesy visit last Friday.

The meeting provided an opportunity for the Prime Minister and the Canberra-based ambassador to discuss ways of enhancing the bilateral ties between their two countries in the technical cooperation sphere.

Cuba’s technical cooperation with Solomon Islands has enabled Solomon Islands medical students to study in Cuba and also the deployment of Cuban doctors at the National Referral Hospital.  

 

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Prime Minister SOGAVARE MEETS NEW CUBAN AMBASADOR
Monday, May 11, 2015

 Prime Minister Hon Manasseh Sogavare received Cuba’s new ambassador to Solomon Islands His Excellency Jose Manuel Galego Montano for a courtesy visit last Friday.
The meeting provided an opportunity for the Prime Minister and the Canberra-based ambassador to discuss ways of enhancing the bilateral ties between their two countries in the technical cooperation sphere.
Cuba’s technical cooperation with Solomon Islands has enabled Solomon Islands medical students to study in Cuba and also the deployment of Cuban doctors at the National Referral Hospital.
In receiving Ambassador Galego, Prime Minister Sogavare said, “I am very pleased to have this opportunity of meeting with you in person and express Solomon Islands appreciation for Cuba’s bilateral assistance to Solomon Islands.”
“Solomon Islands bilateral relationship with Cuba has grown from strength to strength over the years and there’s a lot more that can be done in terms of technical cooperation to bolster this increasingly robust bond. Solomon Islands has benefitted a lot from the medical scholarships provided by the Cuban government and also the technical arrangement which saw the deployment of Cuban doctors to the National Referral Hospital,” he added......

 

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Son entero invade Australia
Friday, April 03, 2015

Canberra, April 3, 2015. "They are integer" came not to generate good news about Cuba. The real group, with its splendid sound, his manner and his Cuban has arrived and has triumphed. Australia is celebrating ...

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