Cuban Interests Section in USA

Key remarks by Raul Castro at the opening session of the Fifth CARICOM-Cuba Summit

It gives us great pleasure to receive here the leaders and representatives of the Caribbean family. We share a common history of slavery, colonialism and struggles for freedom, independence and development, which is the melting pot where our cultures have merged. We also face similar challenges that can only be met through close unity and efficient cooperation.

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Cuban Interests Section's Press Release on banking situation and provision of consular services
Wednesday, December 10, 2014

In spite of efforts being made since February 2014, it has not been possible for the Cuban Interests Section to find a U.S. or foreign banking institution with offices in the United States or in a third country, to handle the banking needs for its normal operation and so that full consular services can be offered, a situation resulting from the increased financial persecution derived from the policy of blockade imposed by the U.S. government and the unfounded, unsustainable designation of Cuba as “a state sponsor of international terrorism.”


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Pope Francis again asked to mediate in case of Cuban Five
Thursday, November 13, 2014

Activists gathered in the Vatican during the first world meeting of popular movements gave Pope Francis a letter asking him to encourage President Obama to release the three members of the Cuban Five remaining in US prisons. The letter stressed urgency in the hope that Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino and Antonio Guerrero could be home to be with their love ones for the upcoming holiday season. 


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Cuban Foreign Minister: We invite US government to establish a mutually respectful relation
Wednesday, October 29, 2014

"We can try to find a solution to our differences through a respectful dialogue and cooperation in areas of common interest. We can live and deal with each other in a civilized way, despite our differences," stressed Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, during a voting at the UN on a Resolution presented by Cuba that askes that the U.S. end its economic sanctions against the island.



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Cuban Foreign Minister received by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon
Sunday, September 21, 2014

During the meeting, Ban Ki-moon renewed his appreciation for Cuba's response to the fight against the Ebola outbreak.


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Book on Cuban Five Wins Canadian Nonfiction Award
Saturday, September 20, 2014

What Lies Across the Water: The Real Story of the Cuban Five has won the 2014 Evelyn Richardson Award for Nonfiction at Canada’s East Coast Literary Awards. During the acceptance ceremony in Halifax, author Stephen Kimber — a professor of journalism at the University of King’s College and award-winning author of nine other books — said he had come upon the story accidentally as a journalist, but is now also an advocate for their freedom. 

Kimber dedicated the award to the three members of the Five still imprisoned in the United States.


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