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Embassy of Cuba in New Zealand - Newsletter No. 22/2016
Tuesday, May 24, 2016

ABSTRACT

The US/Cuba bilateral commission reports nine cooperation accords since negotiations began in December 2015, which sounded impressive, but Cuba’s foreign relations ministry discloses that Cuban banks still cannot use the dollar, and there is downstream ongoing damage to many foreign traders through their banking arrangements. Also the notorious Helms-Burton legislation provides a template for legislation to prevent return of Guantánamo — a legal ‘black hole’ of human rights violations and occupied by the US since 1902 — to Cuba.

 

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Embassy of Cuba in New Zealand - Newsletter No. 21/2016
Tuesday, May 17, 2016

ABSTRACT

The wait continues as the third review of progress toward normalisation progress is under way. Movement towards lifting the blockade is glacial, or arguably going in reverse, with last week's craven decision by the UK Cooperative Bank to close the British Cuban Solidarity organisation's bank account and now TNT in Austria is following suit by refusing to take commissions in Austria, Slovenia and Croatia for fear of reprisals by the US Office of Foreign Assets.

 

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Cuban doctors conclude assistance mission in Fiji.
Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Wellington, 17 may 2016.- As part of a mission to assist Fiji after the devastating effects of Cyclone Winston, a couple of doctors from the "Henry Reeves" Brigade ended their work in Suva. Epidemiologists Adrian Benitez Proenza and René Aveleira Cutiño departed back to their homeland after more than a month and half involved in diverse tasks in the Pacific Island. During their stay, both doctors worked with local health authorities and had the opportunity to exchange experiences with other colleagues from different countries.

 

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Embassy of Cuba in New Zealand - Newsletter No. 20/2016
Saturday, May 14, 2016

Special Edition - Declaration by the Revolutionary Government

 

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Embassy of Cuba in New Zealand - Newsletter No.19/2016
Tuesday, May 10, 2016

ABSTRACT

It may be cruel to say that moves by the US to improve US/Cuban relations have been merely cosmetic, but we lead with a British bank’s closure of the British Cuba Solidarity account which gives the lie to claims of progress, reinforced by news following that sanctions and even the fear of sanctions affect normal trading profoundly.


 

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