Cuban Interests Section in USA

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Raul Castro: Mandela an unsurpassable example for Latin America and the Caribbean
Thursday, December 12, 2013

"Mandela is an unsurpassable example for Latin America and the Caribbean, which are advancing toward unity and integration (...) Humanity cannot respond to the colossal challenges which are threatening its very existence, if it does not do so through a new coordination of efforts among all nations, such as the life of Mandela extols." Read More...

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Towards a New Cuban Reality: An Interview with Cuban Ambassador José Ramón Cabañas
Wednesday, December 11, 2013

"...we now have a more compact government. Ministries are responsible for creating policies and regulating, but every province and every municipality runs its own budget. Private and cooperative ownership is expanding. In three years, approximately a half million people have switched from state-run jobs to private or cooperative initiatives," Ambassador Cabañas, head of the Cuban Interests Section told Chicago Policy Review in a recent interview. Read More...

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Press Release: Cuban consular services in U.S. to temporarily resume
Monday, December 09, 2013

The Cuban Interests Section informs that consular services will be immediately resumed on a temporary basis up to February 17, 2014. Read More...

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Cuban government reiterates readiness to establish dialogue with U.S. government, find solution to case of Alan Gross
Tuesday, December 03, 2013

A Cuban Foreign Ministry statement reiterated today the Cuban government's readiness to immediately establish a dialogue with the United States government to find a solution to the case of Mr. Gross on a reciprocal basis, and which addresses the humanitarian concerns of Cuba relating to the case of the four Cuban antiterrorist fighters in prison in the United States. Read More...

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Press Release by the Cuban Interests Section in Washington
Tuesday, November 26, 2013

 Due to the restrictions still in force, derived from the U.S. policy of economic, commercial and financial blockade against Cuba, and despite the numerous efforts made with the Department of State and several banks, it has been impossible for the Cuban Interests Section to find a U.S. or international bank with branches in the U.S. to operate the bank accounts of the Cuban diplomatic missions.

This situation will seriously affect the normal performance of the functions of the Cuban Interests Section and the Permanent Mission to the United Nations. 


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