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Statement by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba

In the afternoon of November 26, 2012, a new meeting was held between diplomats of the United States Interest Section in Havana, including the head of that office, consular officials, the doctor and the nurse of that mission and members of the medical team in charge of providing medical assistance to US citizen Alan Gross, who is serving an imprisonment sentence.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Statement

 

Cuban Government sends messages of condolences to Bahamas, Canada, the United States, Haiti and Jamaica, over Hurricane “Sandy”

On Wednesday, October 31st, the Government of the Republic of Cuba sent messages of condolences to the Governments of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Canada, the United States of America, the Republic of Haiti and Jamaica, over the loss of human lives and significant material damage caused by hurricane “Sandy”.

Statement by Josefina Vidal, Head for United States affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Mr. Alan Gross was visited in three ocassions by his wife during last week and to this purpose he was provided with all the facilities and the best conditions were created.

Mr. Gross health situation continues to be normal and he does intense physical exercises regularly.

Cuba reiterates the willingness to dialogue with the Government of the United States to find a solution to Mr. Gross´ case and continues awaiting for a response. (Cubamnirex)

Statement by the Head of United States division at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba

Cuba, which has been victim of multiple attacks against its diplomatic missions and personnel that have taken the lives of foreign service officials, condemns the attacks against the United States Diplomatic Mission  in Benghazi and the death of the United States Ambassador  in Libya and it strongly opposes to all acts of violence against diplomatic missions and its personnel anywhere, under any circumstance and no matter what the reasons are.

(Cubaminrex)

Statement by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of the Republic Of Cuba

The Cuban Revolution has had a historical commitment towards peace in Colombia and the efforts aimed at putting an end to the political, social and military conflict in that Latin American and Caribbean sister nation.

The Cuban Government has made discreet and constructive efforts to contribute to find a negotiated solution, always in response to a request from the parties involved and without influencing in the least their respective stands.

Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba

On July 31st, the U.S. State Department once again included Cuba on its arbitrary, unilateral list of "countries which sponsor international terrorism."

Yet again, the only reason Cuba is kept on this list is exposed as an attempt to justify the U.S. blockade of our country, as well as the adoption of new measures to limit our financial and commercial transactions, to strangle the Cuban economy and impose a regime which responds to U.S. interests.

Press Release issued by the Cuban delegation to the round of Migration Talks with the United States

On July 17, 2013, the migration talks were resumed between the delegations of the United States and Cuba which were headed by Edward Alex Lee, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs of the United States and Josefina Vidal Ferreiro, Head of the United States Division at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba respectively.

Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

One of the five antiterrorist fighters unjustly imprisoned in the United States, Hero of the Republic of Cuba, Gerardo Hernández Nordelo, has been subject  of a new arbitrariness by the authorities of that country, aiming at hindering his legal process.

Informative Note from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

In correspondence with the Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, dated June 23, 2012,  which states that  “the Cuban Government declares that it will not recognize any authority that does not come from the legitimate suffrage and the sovereignty exercise of the Paraguayan people”, our Ambassador in Asuncion has been recalled and he will arrive to Havana in the coming hours.

Havana, June 26th, 2012

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