Name: Eugenio Martínez Enríquez
Date of birth: 7 October 1969
He graduated as Bachelor of International Political Relations from the Raúl Roa García Higher Institute of International Relations, Havana.
Further education: Scholarship of Specialization in Cooperation, Italian Culture and Language for Latin American Diplomats, Institute for Research and Development, Florence, Italy. Master’s Degree in International Relations (Specialty: Politics), from the Raúl Roa García Higher Institute of International Relations. Diploma in Public Administration. Several postgraduate courses.
Languages: English, Italian and French
1993-1994: Social service in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
1994-1994: Assistant Specialist at the Division of Consular Affairs and Cuban Residents Abroad.
1994-1995: Official mission at the Interest Section of Cuba in Washington.
1996-1998: Third Secretary in charge of Consular Affairs at the Interest Section of Cuba in Washington.
1998-2000: Second Secretary in charge of Consular Affairs at the Interest Section of Cuba in Washington.
2000-2004: Deputy Director of the Division of Consular Affairs and Cuban Residents Abroad.
2004-2008: Ambassador of Cuba in Belize.
2008-2011: Director of the Cadres and Personnel Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MINREX, by its Spanish initials).
2011-2013: Cadres Director of MINREX.
2013-2017: Ambassador of Cuba in Spain, with concurrent accreditation to Andorra.
2017-present: Ambassador. Director General of the Latin America and Caribbean Division, MINREX.
He has been a member of several official delegations participating in bilateral visits, international events and meetings.
Phone Number: 7 8364261
Twitter’s account: @cubaembajadores
María del Carmen Múñiz Fernández
Phone Number: 7 8364261
CENTRAL AMERICA, MEXICO AND CARIBBEAN DIVISION
Name: Gustavo Daniel Véliz Olivares
Date of birth: 11/12/1960
Education: Bachelor of Scientific Communism and Bachelor of Social Sciences
Additional education: Title of Lecturer on International Topics, Courses: Russian Language, German Language, Advanced English language, Advanced Russian language, Methodology for Teaching Russian Language for foreigners, Theory and Methodology of Sociology of Religion, Cuban Economy, Consular Training and Course for Officials. Postgraduate courses: Mathematical Modelling of Economic Processes, Sociological Factors for the Study of the Socialist Way of Life, Aspects of the Liberation Theology, History of Religions, Analysis and Interpretation of Financial Statements, Economic Theory, Basics of World Economy, Communicational Skills in English Language, The Caribbean in International Relations. Diploma course on Religion Sociology, Diploma course on Development and International Relations, Workshop on Spokesperson Training.
Foreign Language Skills: English, Russian, German
1984-1984: Russian translator, ESTI
1984-1993: Researcher, Socio-religious Studies Department, CIPS, CITMA
1993-1999: Specialist A, Division of Latin America, ICAP
1999-2004: Third Secretary, Embassy of Cuba to México
2005-2007: Third Secretary, International Press Center, MINREX
2007-2007: Second Secretary, CPI, MINREX
2007-2009: First Secretary, Embassy of Cuba to The Bahamas
2010-2011: First Secretary, Protocol Division, MINREX
2011-2012: First Secretary, Division of Communication and Information, MINREX
2012-2013: First Secretary, rank Counselor, Division of Communication and Information, MINREX
2013-2018: Ambassador, Embassy of Cuba to Antigua and Barbuda
2019- today Director, Division of Central America, México and the Caribbean, MINREX
South America Division
Name: Carlos de Céspedes Piedra
Date of birth: 6/05/1962
Education: Bachelor of Political Economy
Additional education: Master’s degree in International Relations, English Advanced Course. Postgraduate courses: Venezuela; Cuban and International Economy (2013); International Economy (2010); US Foreign Policy.
Foreign Language Skills: English
1985-1991: Third Secretary, Division of Latin America and the Caribbean, MINREX.
1991-1996: Second Secretary, Embassy of Cuba to Argentina
1996-2001: Second Secretary, Division of the United States and Canada, MINREX
2001-2002: First Secretary, Cuban Interest Section in Washington
2003-2004: First Secretary, Division of Latin America and the Caribbean, MINREX
2004-2008: Counselor, Embassy of Cuba to Venezuela, Representative of the Embassy to the Western States.
2008-2010: Counselor, Deputy Chief of Mission, and Chargé d’affaires a.i., Embassy of Cuba to Venezuela
2010-2014: Minister-Counselor, Division of Latin America and the Caribbean
2014-2018: Ambassador, Embassy of Cuba to Guatemala
2019-2021: Senior Specialist in International Relations, Division of South America, MINREX
2021- today: Director, Division of South America, MINREX