Cuba thanks Namibia for donation to healthcare system

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Cuban First Deputy Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment (Mincex) Ana Teresita Gonzalez thanked the Government of Namibia on Thursday for a food donation to the public healthcare system. Cuban First Deputy Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment (Mincex) Ana Teresita Gonzalez thanked the Government of Namibia on Thursday for a food donation to the public healthcare system.

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President Umaro Sissoco highlights brotherhood Cuba-Guinea Bissau

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Umaro Sissoco Embaló, president of Guinea Bissau, highlighted today in this capital the historical ties of brotherhood between his country and Cuba, where he is making an official visit. Speaking to the press after touring the facilities of the Fidel Castro Ruz Center, the African president highlighted the great importance of this state visit to Cuba with which -he said- we have a history of brotherhood, because in the struggle for liberation the Cubans were with us.

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Hungary donates medical supplies to Cuba to fight Covid-19

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Hungary on Friday donated rapid antigen tests and 15 MP-80 docking stations for infusion pumps to Cuba in order to support the fight against Covid-19 in the country.
First Deputy Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment Minister Ana Teresita Gonzalez stressed that the donation constitutes a selfless gesture of solidarity from a friendly nation, and it will be an important contribution to Cuba’s healthcare system.

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Cuba, Guinea Bissau to address medical collaboration issues

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Cuban Public Health Minister José Ángel Portal and his counterpart from Guinea Bissau Dionisio Cumbá met and exchanged criteria on medical collaboration and willingness to strengthen relations between the two countries. Mr. Cumbá thanked the Cuban government for its medical assistance offered to the African nation during the months of the Covid-19 pandemic, and also praised the spirit of solidarity cooperation and the work done by the Cuban medical brigade.

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Cuban President to meet with Suriname’s Foreign Minister

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Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel on Thursday met with Suriname's Foreign Minister Albert Ramdin who is on an official visit to Cuba. At the meeting, the Cuban leader said “it´s a great pleasure to receive” Albert Ramdin, also serving as Business and International Cooperation Minister, while thanking Suriname for its strongly support for fighting off the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba for over 60 years.

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Friendship Organizations of Vietnam express solidarity with Cuba

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The president of the Union of Vietnam Friendship Organizations (VUFO) and ambassador, Nguyen Phuong Nga, affirmed that the people of Vietnam will always be side by side supporting the Cuban people. Phuong Nga reaffirmed the position of the VUFO during a meeting with the Cuban ambassador, Orlando Hernandez, whom she visited to deliver a donation of one thousand euros from said organization to help compensate for the damage caused by the devastating fire that broke out weeks ago in the supertanker base in the province of Matanzas.

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Cuba expresses gratitude for Mexico and Venezuela’s solidarity

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Amid the intense work Cuba is currently carrying out to rescue the dead of the fire that affected the western city of Matanzas, there is no lack of spaces here to express gratitude for Mexico and Venezuela's solidarity. Authorities, institutions, organizations and the population in general acknowledge the immediate response and commitment by those nations that, with specialized forces and resources, contributed to control and extinguish the large-scale fire that broke out at the Matanzas Supertanker Base after a lightning strike.

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Cuba receives solidarity after accident in Matanzas

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Cuba receives solidarity after accident in Matanzas

Havana, August 7, 2022.- The expressions of solidarity with Cuba continue after the fire of great proportions in two fuel tanks in the industrial zone of the province of Matanzas, east of the capital, the Foreign Ministry reported.

According to the source, messages from several nations express regret and support to the island in view of the tragedy that left so far more than 120 injured, one dead, while 17 people are missing.

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