Cuban Interests Section in USA

Statement by Mrs. Josefina Vidal Ferreiro, General Director of the United States Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba

We have read with concern the press communiqué issued in the morning of April 8 in Washington stating that “Alan Gross, the USAID subcontractor imprisoned in Cuba for the last four years and four months, launched a hunger strike last week.”

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Ambassador Cabañas: No particular motive needed for Cubans to come to New Orleans; in history reasons abound
Monday, April 07, 2014

"We are pleased and honored to be at Tulane University, an educational institution with so many excellence programs, among them Caribbean Studies, which is a leader in United States. We thank President Scott S. Cowen for his hospitality, as well as Vice President and Provost Michael Bernstein. And we particularly thank Professor Ana M. López for her leadership in Cuban studies, and for creating so many bonds with her Cuban counterparts (...) But as you know, Cubans don’t need a particular reason to come to New Orleans. History provides plenty of arguments for us." Read More...

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Statement: U.S. has not given up on its subversive plans against Cuba
Friday, April 04, 2014

"The government of the United States must respect International Law and the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations, and it must, therefore, cease on its illegal and covert actions against Cuba," said in a statement U.S. Director General in the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Josefina Vidal. Read More...

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Cuban, U.S. church leaders: Our churches work together, our governments should too
Friday, February 28, 2014

"This week on Feb. 26 and 27, the two of us — Reverend Joel Ortega Dopico, a Presbyterian minister and elected president of the Cuban Council of Churches, and Reverend John L. McCullough, a United Methodist minister and President of Church World Service — are meeting in Washington to talk about our work together (...) We’re proud of what we have accomplished together in providing humanitarian aid in times of disasters and by accompanying and supporting the Cuban churches as they have gained more space to minister and offer social services over the past twenty years. Our collaboration has helped build bridges of understanding between our countries, which have been divided by politics and an economic embargo for over fifty years now." Read More...

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Chief of Cuba's Interests Section addresses Washington's National Press Club members
Wednesday, February 19, 2014

José Ramón Cabañas, head of Cuba's Interests Section in Washington, made a presentation on Wednesday night before an audience of more than 50 National Press Club members. Ambassador Cabañas briefed the media crowd gathered at the Cuban office on changes being introduced by Cuba as part of its upgrading of the economic model, then answered questions. The text of Ambassador Cabañas' presentation can be found here: Read More...

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Press Release by Cuban Interests Section in Washington regarding banking situation
Friday, February 14, 2014

"In spite of the huge efforts made, as a result of the restrictions in force, derived from the policy of economic, commercial and financial blockade by the U.S. government against Cuba, it has been impossible for the Interests Section to find a U.S.-based bank that could operate the bank accounts of the Cuban diplomatic missions (...) As a result thereof, the Cuban Interests Section finds itself forced to suspend consular services as of the date of publication of this press release, until banking services are re-established." Read More...

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