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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

 TRIBUTE TO FIDEL IN IRELAND, IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE 56TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE VICTORY OF BAY OF PIGS.

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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Gerry Adams in Cuba
Friday, October 2, 2015

Ireland, 2 October 2015. According to reports the Cuban News Agency (AIN) yesterday, Ana Maria Mari Machado, vice president of the National Assembly of People's Power (ANPP), received the delegation of Sinn Fein, headed by its leader Gerry Adams.

During the meeting, Mari Machado thanked the visitor's gestures of solidarity towards Cuba have mainly related to supporting the cause of the Five and the lifting of the blockade. (EmbacubaIrlanda)
 


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Keith Bolender speaks about Cuba
Thursday, September 24, 2015

Ireland, September 25, 2015. In Connolly Books, in the downtown area of Temple Bar in Dublin, on Monday September 21 gave a lecture on Cuba the renowned Canadian writer Keith Bolender, who illustrated to the participants about the course of relations between Cuba and the US, and his point of view of its prospects, as well as various aspects of the history of Cuba and the 50 years of economic blockade still in force.

Ambassador Hermes Herrera was invited to answer questions about the upgrade of the economic model of the Caribbean country.(Cubaminrex-Embacuba Irlanda)
 






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