Remarks by Cuban Ambassador to Jamaica, Yuri A. Gala López, at a function in honour of the Five Cuban Heroes on the 14th Anniversary of their unjust imprisonment in the US.
September 12, 2012
Our Embassy is indeed honoured and privileged to host, in cooperation with the Solidarity Movement with Cuba in Jamaica, this important activity on the occasion of the starting of the Annual International Campaign in solidarity with the Five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters unjustly imprisoned in the U.S. territory since 1998.
This is an issue of utmost importance for Cuba and for all those truly interested in denouncing terrorism in all its forms and manifestations.
But before speaking on the Cuban Five case, let me take this opportunity to reiterate that Continue reading →
Ethiopia will host the 4th Regional African Conference in Solidarity with Cuba, to be attended by representatives of 27 countries on September 22 and 23.
This Conference will continue a tradition initiated in South Africa, passed on to Ghana, and recently to Angola, where the previous events took place. At the launch of the event in May, previous Cuban ambassador to Ethiopia, Clara Pulido, pointed out that one of the reasons for selecting Addis Ababa for the 4th Conference was the large number of friends the Caribbean nation has there, including the more than 4,000 professional who studied in Cuban institutions.
Ethiopian ambassador to Havana Bogale Tolessa welcomed from Havana all participants. Tolessa said that he was very pleased that the Conference would be in Ethiopia, which houses the headquarters of the African Union (AU) and is “central to Africa’s economy.”
“We are also grateful to Cuban professionals who are currently offering their services in my country in the areas Continue reading →
Louis Farrakhan, leader of The Nation of Islam in the United States met on Tuesday, September 18, in Havana, with relatives of the five Cuban anti-terrorists held in the U.S. and expressed his support of their cause.
Minister Farrakhan said that the major battle for the freedom of the five Cubans must be waged on US territory and he said he would do his best to spread the truth about the case in his country.
According to the South African Government News Agency, the country’s healthcare system received a major injection of human resources following the signing of a collaboration agreement between the South African and Cuban Ministries of Health in May this year.
Health Minister Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi and his Cuban counterpart Roberto Morales Ojeda signed the agreement in Pretoria. At the signing, Dr. Motsoaledi noted that the two countries’ ministries of health had shared Continue reading →