Washington, Jan 11.- The U.S. State Department modified yesterday its travel system alert to Cuba to US citizens, at a time when its officials acknowledge the lack of evidence on the alleged sonic incidents that served as a pretext to stop the bilateral approach.
Havana, Dec 1.- Cuban athletes were prevented from participating at the World Weightlifting Championships in Anaheim, the United States, because the U.S. Embassy in Havana is not carrying out consular procedures as it had been instructed by the Trump administration, it was reported here today.
Havana, Nov 27.- I wished U.S. citizens could watch first hand Cuban elections to have an opinion of our democratic system, said today Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez.
Seattle, Oct 23.- American doctor, Howard Ehrman, a Chicago Cuba Coalition member, has highlighted in the North American city of Seattle the important solidarity role of the brigades traveling to the island.
Washington, Oct 20.- The U.S. city of Seattle is welcoming today friends of Cuba who will participate during the weekend in the annual conference of the National Network on Cuba.
Havana, Oct 16.- City Council members of Tampa and St. Petersburg, businesspeople and Tampa Port Authorities, attend today a business meeting in Cuba.
Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cuba in response to recent measures taken by the Trump administration following incidents involving U.S. diplomatic personnel in Havana:
On October 3, the U.S. State Department ordered the expulsion of 15 Cuban diplomats from the island’s Embassy in Washington, just a week after the Cuban government urged the U.S. to avoid making hasty decisions.
Washington, Sep 28.- Cuba communicated the United States that it would be regrettable to take hasty decisions on the incidents reported by U.S. diplomats in Havana, a subject that is still under investigation today.
The Cuba-US Bilateral Commission held its 6th meeting in Washington D.C., on September 19th, 2017. Ms. Josefina Vidal Ferreiro, General Director of the US Affairs Division of the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs led the Cuban delegation, and Mr. John Creamer, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs in the US Department of State, headed the US delegation.