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Embassy of Cuba in New Zealand - Newsletter No. 17/2016
Wednesday, April 27, 2016

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Cuban citizens are building up for the MayDay celebrations driven by expectations or at least hopes that the day when the embargo lifts is getting closer. We follow with coverage of the work Cubans have done and are doing in Ecuador and the Ukraine, then look at visits from US bodies like the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities and the Smithsonian Institute, the latter very impressed with Cuban museum methodology.

 

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Cuba Friendship Society in Wellington restates demand to complete lifting of the US blockade
Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Visit of the ICAP official to New Zealand strengthens solidarity with Cuba.

Wellington, April 27th 2016.- During a meeting held yesterday with visiting ICAP official Yexenia Calzado to New Zealand, members of Cuba Friendship Society in Wellington have ratified their solidarity commitment with Cuba, stressing the need for increased actions linked to the demand of a complete lifting of the United States blockade.

 

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Embassy of Cuba in New Zealand - Newsletter No. 16/2016
Friday, April 22, 2016

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In this special edition of the newsletter we cover the important 7th party congress, attended by Fidel as well as Raúl, in some detail, looking at plans for taking the country into the world economic climate of the next five years. Raúl speaks of the ‘new type of relations’ with the US, the importance of ‘monetary re-ordering’ and foreign investment, while biotechnology expert Marta Ayala Avila, one of five new members to the secretariat, talks of the value of building on the success of this sector. We conclude with comment from Party Political Bureau member Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermúdez, assuring delegates that the party of Martí, Baliño, Mella and Fidel would continue.

 

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Embassy of Cuba in New Zealand - Newsletter No. 15/2016
Tuesday, April 19, 2016

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The Cuban community is taking a close look at how its economy is going to develop at this time of global economic change prompted by its 7th PCC congress, taking into account its socio-economic model, slow implementation of legal regulations, and especially its problematic dual currency system — our lead story and subject of a special newsletter later this week — followed by a Granma story predicting the May Day celebrations this year and a solemn ceremony commemorating the death of Fe de Valle, killed in the El Encanto store sabotage.

 

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Embassy of Cuba in New Zealand - Newsletter No.14/2016
Wednesday, April 13, 2016

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Fidel makes a welcome reappearance in our newsletter, talking to children at the Vilma Espín education centre in tribute to its founder’s birthday; followed by Raúl’s meeting with China’s political bureau’s Sun Zhengcai.

 

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