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Ministry of Foreign Relations Statement on Migratory Policy

A complex situation has developed recently involving more than 1,000 Cubans who have arrived in Costa Rica, from other countries in the region, with the intention of traveling to the United States

Díaz-Canel receives President of India

The President of Cuba’s Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, on June 22 received the President of India, his Excellency Ram Nath Kovind

Statement from Cuban Ministry of Foreign Relations

MINREX forcefully rejects the manipulation of an issue as sensitive as international terrorism, in order to advance a policy against Cuba, and demands that our country be definitively deleted from this spurious, unilateral, arbitrary list, which is an affront to the Cuban people, and discredits the government of the United States itself

In the wake of coup attempts in Nicaragua

Ongoing violence meant to destabilize the country and oust President Ortega, has cost the lives of 198 persons and severely damaged the economy


Revolutionary Government Declaration

Cuba and the United States have signed an agreement intended to guarantee regular, safe, and ordered migration, eliminating the "wet foot-dry foot" policy and the parole program for Cuban medical professional

Raúl bids Nicolás Maduro farewell in Havana

On Wednesday evening, the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba Central Committee, Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, bid the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, farewell at Havana’s José Martí International Airport


The digitalization of society, a priority for Cuba

Efforts to advance Cuba’s connectivity have been directed toward the development of telecommunications infrastructure capacity, with the purpose of strengthening social connectivity, and developing automated operations in strategic sectors. The trial balloon has been the opening of 154 Public Navigation Centers, distributed throughout the nation.

Cuban Revolutionary Government supports Venezuela

The President of the United States of America has decided to extend for another year the validity of the arbitrary and aggressive Executive Order 13692 signed on March 8, 2015, which declared a “national emergency” based on the assumption that the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela constitutes an “unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States”


Lescay's 43.6 seconds in the 4x400

Yoandys Lescay qualified for the individual 400 meters semifinals at this summer’s Olympics with a time of 45.00. In the relay, his take-off in motion, along with a blazing performance, to support the team effort, was recorded at 43.60 seconds, the best in Río

Gerardo: Words of gratitude

In his final comments at the International Solidarity with Cuba Conference, held in Havana May 2, Gerardo Hernández of the Cuban Five asserted that the freedom of the anti-terrorists would not have been won without the efforts of all present