Embassy of Cuba in Australia
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Australia continues celebrating Comandate Fidel Castro’s 90th birthday.
Friday, August 26, 2016

The Queensland Australia-Cuba Friendship Society started the festivities in May this year, celebrating with music, photo exhibitions and documentaries in the Brisbane Capital...


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The President of the Parliament of Victoria, Australia starts visit to Cuba
Friday, May 27, 2016

A delegation led by the Honourable Telmo Languiller, President of the Parliament of Victoria, Australia, began today a visit to Cuba, which will extend until 3 of June.
The distinguished visitor has a long history of solidarity with the Cuban revolution, and will be accompanied by a delegation of Australian businessmen.
The President Telmo Languiller has planned meetings in the MINSAP, BIOCUBAFARMA, ICRT, MINTUR, and the Provincial Assembly of Popular Power of Havana and in the Central Committee of the Party, among other agencies with which will meet.
“After 20 years, back with great joy and optimism to reconnect with the people and my Cuban friends. We will analyse the possibilities of increasing ties in all spheres between my State and Cuba. I do votes for the development and well-being of the beloved Cuban people ", said the President Telmo Languiller at the Cuban Embassy in Canberra.
Telmo Languiller has a rich political experience in Australia and is active in the Labour Party, which is in opposition at the Federal level, but who governs the State of Victoria, where he chairs its Parliament. Victoria is one of the main economic engines of Australia, with important contributions in agriculture, mining, energy and tourism, among other economic issues. Its GDP is greater than the various countries together. Its capital Melbourne has been selected for 3 consecutive years, as the best integral city in the world to live, chord with demanding international parameters.


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Australia reaffirms high interest in business opportunities in Cuba
Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Perth, 20 May - The Deputy Minister of MINEM, Yuri Viamontes, concluded a successful visit to Australia, where noted the high level of interest that provides the island continent to the business opportunities in Cuba.
During his intense tour that included the cities of Perth and Melbourne, the senior leader of the MINEM conducted two business seminars on mines and energy in Cuba and conducted a central intervention in the conference "Latin America Down Under 2016" (LADU) in the city of Perth, considered as the most important estate mining in Australia.
In the event of LADU, in addition to dozens of companies Australian, was attended by high-level delegations of Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Brazil and Mexico, as well as companies linked to other Latin American and Caribbean countries such as Peru. All ambassadors of Australia in Latin America, plus executives and officials of the MINREX and the Australian MINCEX participated.
The Minister of energy and mines of the State of Western Australia, inaugurated the event of LADU.
Australian and Partners organizers highlighted at various times, the fact that it was the first time Cuba participated in this event, highlighting their interest that Cuba continue doing.
The Deputy Minister Viamontes exchanged with the Hon. Bill Marmion, Minister of finance and development of the State of Western Australia.
The organizers of the seminar included a positive article about Cuba in its magazine Paydirt.

In Melbourne, Viamontes had several encounters with the President of the Parliament of the State of Victoria, Telmo Languiller. He also had a fruitful interview with Minister of mines and energy of the State of Victoria, Lily D´Ambrosio.
Subsequently, there was a seminar on mines and energy in Cuba at the University of Melbourne, counting with the interventions of Viamontes and mrs. Kim Prior, Chair

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The Australian Foreign Minister Highlights Excellent Relations with Cuba
Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Canberra, Australia, 8th March 2016

In the Australian Capital, the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Julie Bishop emphasized that “Our relations with Cuba are excellent and we hope to continue to strengthen them”. In her spontaneous speech during the Cuban National Day ceremony, she stressed how Australia was following the increasing development of positive ties between the United States and the Cuban economy with great interest.

The Deputy of the Liberal Party emphasized that the warm reception of the Special Envoy Delegation, Andrew Robb, in Havana demonstrated the great interest Australia has in Cuba, as well as the emergence of new paths towards economic trade between the two great nations. She wishes great successes for Cuba.

Richard Marles, the Shadow Minister for Immigration (Labor Party and main opposition) and Teresa Gambaro, a member of the Liberal Party and the former Chair of the Australian Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade, both expressed similar sentiments. Minister Marles even concluded his speech with the words ‘Viva Cuba!’ in Spanish.

The Ambassador for Cuba, José Manual Galego Montano, emphasized the economic and social advancements of his country, including the new laws on foreign investment, the special economic zone of Mariel, as well as positive outlooks in Cuba’s growing ties with Australia. The Ambassador highlighted that “The Australian people are actively campaigning for closer relations with Cuba. In 2015, Australian tourism in Cuba was sitting around 60%, however in January this year, it grew to 79%, even in the absence of a direct travel route”.

Galego Montano gave thanks to many friends in Australian who have defended Cuba in the last 55 years. Thanks to their support, there will always be friends in every corner of the Australian continent who are willing to extend support to Cuba. It was for this r

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Australia Negotiates More Trade and Investment with Cuba
Thursday, February 25, 2016

Havana, Feb 24 (Prensa Latina) The Government and business people from Australia expressed today their interest in broadening and diversifying trade links with Cuba and promoting investments in sectors like renewable energy, agriculture, stockbreeding, bippharmaceutic, minning and oil prospecting.
A bilateral business forum for these negotiations, held at the Hotel Nacional de Cuba, in this capital, was led by Andrew Robb, special envoy of the Australian Government, and Orlando Hernandez Guillen, Cuban Trade Minister.

Despite the giant geographical distance between the two nations, there is mutual empathy, and we have always admired the Cuban people for their capacity to cope on their own in any circumstance, said the head of the visiting delegation.

Robb, who is also the Trade Minister of Australia, said that the process for the normalization of relations between Cuba and the United States attracts the attention of the whole world, and the Australian traders are no exception; hence the large delegation accompanying him during this trip to Havana.

In his opinion, the recent reforms in the Cuban legislation and the updating of its economic model turn this Caribbean nation into a much more attractive destination for foreign direct investment.

He also highlighted the increase in Cuba's international reputation in financial terms, in the wake of renegotiation of debts contracted to major creditors, including the Paris Club, of which Australia is a member.

Robb confirmed his country's willingness to become an attractive investment partner to Cuba because of the possibilities to develop joint projects in tourism, agricultural and livestock activities and infrastructure related to this field, among others.

He also extolled Cuba's achievements in health, including research and production of drugs that don't exist anywhere.

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