Embassy of Cuba in Australia
(concurrent in Papua New Guinea, Nauru, Solomon islands y Vanuatu)

From the Embassy
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Cuba promoted its culture during the Multicultural Festival
Tuesday, February 16, 2016

CANBERRA, ACT – 15, February 2016 – The Embassy of Cuba accredited in Canberra participated in the Multicultural Festival this past Saturday, 13 February.

Their annual intervention was as colorful – and tasty – as always. The Latin American and Caribbean section of the festival featured food and drinks of the diverse participating countries. Music was a strong component of their presentation as well, featuring sounds from all over the continent. In addition to local artists performing the vibrant sounds of Latin America, a number of musicians were brought directly from their native countries for the pleasure of the attendees to the festival. The friendly representatives of each country were dressed in traditional costumes to bring to life their own distinctive cultures. In these garments, the representatives offered attendees goods and crafts from their countries to attract the big crowds that rolled by.

In particular, Cuba displayed a beautiful stand where one could find images of the island nation, its dances, handcrafts, music, and general culture. The representatives of the Embassy offered a degustation of rum, pamphlets and pictures of the most typical goods from the country. The representatives also set up a table where passers-by could play the traditional game of dominoes.

The representatives explained to assistants the history, traditions, and the mounting rise in tourism towards Cuba. Australian tourism in Cuba grew about 60% during 2015, while in January 2016 alone it reached a record figure of a 79% increase. Many Australians demonstrated interest during the festival about the latest political developments in Cuba.

The Embassy of Cuba promoted the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the first Cuban to Australia, which will be happen this upcoming March 13th. Several Cubans and many Latin-Americans residing in Canberra visited the stand and came to offer their help in

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Ambassador paid tribute to first Cuban in Australia
Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Sydney-December 5, 2015.
In the picture above, from left to right: Marcelo Sosa and Alejandro Zuniga, Latin House; Cuban Ambassador His Excellency José Manuel Galego Montano; Maria Sosa; Joaquin Suarez and Eduardo Figueroa Friends of Cuba Committee-Sydney.



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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

<p>Canberra, November 6, 2015. The Honorable Tony Smith, Speaker of the Australian Parliament, received in special audience the Ambassador of Cuba, Jose Manuel Galego Montano. The diplomat wished the Speaker success in his new functions and expressed gratitude for the support of Australia in the UN vote against the blockade. He also informed him of the progresses in bilateral ties during 2015. As to say, the creation and work of the Parliamentary Group of Friendship with Cuba, consisting of 28 parliamentarians from various political groups, as well as the launch and activity of the newly formed Australia-Cuba Business Council. The Ambassador especially highlighted the agreement with an Australian firm for oil exploration in Cuba.


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Aussie travellers head to Cuba
Monday, December 14, 2015

Aussie travellers head to Cuba, Mongolia
An analysis of online flight searches provides an insight into where Australian travellers will be headed next year.
Source: AAP, 11 DEC 2015
Cuba, South Korea and Taiwan will top the list of destinations for Australian travellers in 2016, according to an analysis of flight searches.
Australians considering an overseas holiday next year will also be looking at Mongolia and Norway, Skyscanner Australia predicts.
The list of destinations is based on countries that have recorded strong and increasing interest among people using the global search engine.
Searches related to Cuba, which will also be getting more American tourists following the lifting of a US travel ban, increased by 94 per cent in 2015.
"After analysing millions of flight search data from the past three years, it is really interesting to see these new and exciting destinations such as Cuba and Mongolia on this list of upcoming favourites," Skyscanner Australia and New Zealand spokeswoman Emily Callahan said in a statement.
Domestically, Uluru, Hobart and Proserpine in Queensland's Whitsundays topped the list.
Predicted top international destinations for Aussies in 2016:
1. Cuba
2. South Korea
3. Taiwan
4. India
5. Sri Lanka
6. Mongolia
7. Norway
8. Samoa
9. Japan
10. Philippines
Predicted top domestic destinations for Aussies in 2016:
1. Uluru
2. Hobart
3. Proserpine
4. Launceston
5. Adelaide
Source: Skyscanner Australia


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The Embassy of Cuba celebrated the 26 of July
Saturday, July 25, 2015

The Embassy of Cuba celebrated the 26 of July with the Australian-Cuba Friendship Society (ACFS) in Canberra. We had Cuban music and touristic information. The staff the Cuba Embassy celebrated together with the members of ACFS a midday activity under the Cuban Sculpture made by Cuban artist Nelson Dominguez, located at the Latin American Plaza. 

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