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Latest Cuban Embassy Newsletter
Friday, March 27, 2015

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We lead the newsletter with an important declaration from the Community of Latin American and Caribbean states criticising the US for its action against Venezuela. Then human rights and telecommunications are topics addressed by reporters in Havana this week, with coverage of wide-ranging talks between Cuba and the US looking at human rights in the USA and other places where the country has direct influence. Yet the US praises Cuba’s anti-narcotics activities; the EU continues its support for a cessation of the economic blockade; though the rumours that changes made by the US to its blacklist of what it terms ‘supporters of terrorism and traffickers of narcotics’ would benefit Cuba were proven false. On the diplomatic front relations were strengthened with India, Russia, El Salvador, Mali, UNESCO and old friends Namibia. Under Trade software entity Desoft is looking for international opportunities and Cuba passed the one million holiday visitor mark two weeks ahead of last year’s milestone. The mountainous Villa Clara area is experiencing a severe drought while the Institute of Ecology and Systematics has hosted a conference which resulted in an Action Plan of the Republic of Cuba based on three pillars: learn, preserve and use biodiversityin a sustainable way.

 


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Historic Cuban medical cooperation with other peoples of the world is highlighted
Friday, March 20, 2015

Auckland, New Zealand. The documentary " Cuba and Chernobyl”, which tells the story of the Cuban medical assistance programmefor victims of the nuclear accident that took place in Ukraine in 1986, fromwhich over 25,000 affected people were treated in the Tarara hospital, was presented in the national headquarters of the New Zealand "Unite” union.

Organized by the Cuba Friendship Society, the event was attended by over 30 people and was extraordinarily well received, encouraging numerous interventions and positive comments about the world-leading selfless assistance of Cubans. In this context, the historical medical cooperation of Cuba with other peoples of the world, including the most recent demonstrations of Cuban solidarity in the fight against Ebola in West Africa was highlighted; as was the remarkable contribution of the Caribbean island in the training of doctors of other nations, including young Pacific Islanders.

Embacuba Nueva Zelanda
 


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Ambassador of Cuba exchanges views with New Zealand’s Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister
Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Wellington. On the occasion of the event organized by the Diplomatic Corps in this capital city, the Cuban Ambassador Maria del Carmen Herrera Caseiro, held brief exchanges of views with the Prime Minister, the Right Hon. John Key, and the Foreign Affairs Minister, Hon. Murray McCully.

During the encounters both parties commented on the development of bilateral ties, and welcomed the progress achieved, recognizing the potential and prospects for further progress in this direction.

In this context, the Cuban diplomat reported on the successful development of the Experts Seminar, recently concluded in Havana, and thanked New Zealand’s contribution in sharing their experiences in particularly important areas for the economic development of Cuba.

Meanwhile, both personalities expressed their willingness to continue strengthening dialogue and cooperation with Cuba and communicated their desire to visit the island.
Embacuba Nueva Zelanda
 


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Statement of Heads of State and Government of the ALBA TCP in the Seventh Summit of the Americas
Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Statement of the Special Summit of Heads of State and Government of the ALBA TCP on the participation of its state members in the Seventh Summit of the Americas 

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Statement of the Special Summit on the Executive Order issued on March 9, 2015 by the Government of the United States of America
Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Statement of the Special Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our Americas – Trade Treaty of the Peoples (ALBA – TCP) on the Executive Order issued on March 9, 2015 by the Government of the United States of America 

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