Embassy of Cuba in Ireland

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Participates The Cuban Embassy in celebration of Day E in Dublin
Monday, June 26, 2017

 Ireland, June 24, 2017 The Cuban Embassy participated in Day E activities at the Instituto Cervantes in Dublin.
Day E or Spanish Day is a festive commemoration promoted by the Instituto Cervantes whose aim is to spread the Spanish culture, celebrate its importance in the world and encourage the unity of its speakers.
During the day there were children's activities, readings, competition and the gastronomic fair. In this last one the Embassy offered of the Cuban kitchen, the dish "tambor de malanga" with hash and the traditional "mojitos" which had good acceptance of the participants.
It was also an occasion to spread popular Cuban locutions, distributing materials with "Examples of Cubanisms" extracted from ECURED, the Cuban Collaborative Encyclopedia and highlight the prize received by it in Category No. 3 of the World Summit of the Americas Information Society "that were granted last June 13 in Geneva. (EMBACUBA IRLANDA)

Relaciones Bilaterales EN
Meeting of Ambassador with Parliamentary Group of Friendship Ireland Cuba
Monday, June 26, 2017

 Ireland 22 June 2017. The second meeting of Ambassador Hermes Herrera with the Friendship Group with Cuba in the Irish Parliament, made up of representatives of all the political forces that make up the legislative body, took place yesterday afternoon.

The Ambassador explained details of the blockade, the Cuban economic model and issues such as the measures announced by the US president, the statement of the Revolutionary Government on the matter and the Press Conference of Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla from Vienna.

He also answered various questions and heard expressions of solidarity from those present. (CUBAMINREX-EMBACUBAIRLANDA)

Bloqueo EN
Cuba Highlights Strong Rejection to Trump´s Policy
Tuesday, June 20, 2017

 VIENNA, June 19, 2017.-  Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez on Monday highlighted the strong rejection of the policy announced recently by U.S. President Donald Trump regarding the Caribbean island.
'These unpopular measures ignore the majority's support for the lifting of the blockade and the normalization of relations between Cuba and the United States by Congress people, including many members of the Republican Party, the business sector, several civil society organizations, Cuban migration, the press, social media and U.S. public opinion,' Rodriguez said in a press conference in this capital.
He pointed out that those measures also ignore the opinion of the overwhelming majority of the Cuban people, who want to have a better relationship with the U.S. people.
The diplomat noted that the new Cuba policy announced by Trump during a speech in Miami is a backward step in the relations reestablished two years ago.
'Several people have acknowledged that in the United States and abroad, who are expressing their strong rejection of the announced changes, he pointed out.
The head of Cuban diplomacy warned that it is possible to predict that those measures will affect relations between Washington and Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as U.S. foreign policy.
Referring to the future implications of Trump's measures, Rodriguez underlined that they will cause human damage and privations, and will be an additional mass, flagrant and systematic violation of the Cubans' human rights.
The measures 'will affect families and will cause economic damage, not only to State companies but also to cooperatives and self-employed or private workers. They will also damage Cuban migration,' he predicted.

Comunidad cubana EN
Commemorated in Ireland anniversary of Fall in Combat of José martí
Monday, May 22, 2017

 Ireland, May 20, 2017. At a meeting at the Residence of the Cuban Embassy in Dublin, resident Cubans and their children paid tribute to National Hero Jose Marti on the 122nd anniversary of his fall in combat.
In the activity were offered Martians poems to the infants, who could also enjoy Cuban music, games and goodies.
The event was attended by Ambassador Hermes Herrera and Counsellor Ana Rosa Rojas.
In his visit to Cuba last February, the President of Ireland Michael D Higgins referred to the Cuban hero Jose Marti (1853-1895), who, while preparing the anti-colonial revolution in exile in New York, devoted time to the anthropological study of the Irish community, stood out representative figures of the independence movement of the European nation. (Embacuba Ireland)

Solidaridad EN
Tribute to Fidel in Ireland, in the framework of the 56 th. Anniversary celebration of the victory of Bay of Pigs
Wednesday, April 19, 2017


Ireland, April 19, 2017. With a political-cultural act was remembered the Historical Leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro Ruz, in the theater of Liberty Hall, headquarters of the largest trade union of Ireland (SIPTU- Services Industrial Professional and Technical Union)

Under the auspices of SIPTU Solidarity with Cuba Forum and the presence of representatives of various political forces, the Solidarity Movement, deputies and the Cuban Mission in Ireland, the documentary 66 Hours on the Battle of Giron was presented.

Jack O'Connor, General President of SIPTU, Ambassador Hermes Herrera and Jack McGinley, President of SIPTU Solidarity with Cuba Forum spoke about the personality of the Commander in Chief, the Revolution and its achievements in various fields and the damages of the US blockade against Cuba.

The audience applauded the excellent renditions of Irish music by Leo Richard, Paul Kelly and Graham Seeley, and the traditional Cuban performed by Tony Oscar and the Cuban Allstars.(CUBAMINREX-EmbaCubaIrlanda)


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