Embassy of Cuba in New Zealand with concurrent accreditations to the Republic of Fiji, Cook Islands, Independent State of Samoa, Kingdom of Tonga, Tuvalu, Republic of Kiribati

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Eventos EN
Latest Cuban Embassy Newsletter
Saturday, January 31, 2015

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Cuba makes it very clear there is ‘no surrender’ on her principles in any trade-off with the US for the lifting of the US/Cuba blockade. President Raúl Castro explains. We follow with more Blockade stories: how US senators of both parties are seeking to liberalise travel restrictions and shut down the Marti propaganda media. Celac fellow-members again condemn the blockade and lay down a 94-point Declaration as Ecuador takes the up 2015 presidency to set up an ambitious programme for the year. In our Diplomacy section Cuba and China have signed five new agreements — in agriculture, telecoms, trade, finances, industry and transportation — while Cuba and the European Union have express their mutual interest in advancing bilateral relations including the ongoing negotiation of an accord for political and cooperation dialogue. Under Tourism, Iberia will fly Madrid/Havana from June 1 and expects high returns from its business class seats. American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and JetBlue Airways are all looking for opportunities to fly to Cuba and AmEx, MasterCard and Visa likely to supply credit card facilities from March 1.




Bloqueo EN
Speech by Cuban president Raúl Castro Ruz, at the Third CELAC Summit
Friday, January 30, 2015

Speech by Cuban president Raúl Castro Ruz, at the Third CELAC Summit, held in Costa Rica, on January 28, 2015 

Solidaridad EN
For my Federation of University Students classmates
Tuesday, January 27, 2015

 By Fidel Castro

The historic leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro has sent a message to the Federation of University Students on the occasion of an event commemorating the 70th anniversary of his admission to the University of Havana.

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Solidaridad EN
The freedom of the Five Heroes’ victory reaffirms the commitment to continue the fight against the blockade and in defence of Cuba
Monday, January 12, 2015

 Message to the Five and to the Cuban people adopted by acclamation

Auckland, New Zealand. The political cultural event organized to celebrate the return of the Five Heroes and the new anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban Revolution presented an opportunity to convert the historic victory into a renewed commitment to continue the fight for the lifting of the blockade and in defence of Cuba, while allowing the 56 year revolutionary conqueststo be highlighted and the heroism of the Five and the efforts of the Cuban government and people along with the international solidarity for their freedom to be recognized.



5 Héroes EN
Emotional celebration for the freedom of the Five Heroes and the triumph of the Cuban Revolution
Monday, January 12, 2015

A call is made to continue the fight against the blockade and to defend the sovereignty and Independence of Cuba 

Auckland, New Zealand. A large crowd gathered at the Maritime Union of New Zealand’s club to celebrate the return of the Five Cuban Heroes and the 56th anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban Revolution. Organized by the Cuba Friendship Society, the emotional event was characterized by a varied program which included, among others, the presentation of the video of Gerardo, Ramon and Antonio’s arrival and reception in Cubaon the 17th of December; an exhibition with fragments from Antonio’s book"Absolved by solidarity", his watercolours on the trial, photos of the celebrations in Cuba for the return; as well the letter Gerardosent to friends of solidarity in New Zealand. Similarly, there were keynote speeches by 3 speakers, the reading of several received messages of congratulations and support, and the adoption of a message of the participants addressed to the Five and the Cuban people which was approved by acclamation.



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