Statement by the Permanent Mission of Cuba to the United Nations

Last 12 September, the United States Mission to the United Nations in New York, sent a communication to our Permanent Mission to the above international organization informing that two Cuban diplomatic officials had carried out activities outside their official capacity which were considered harmful to the United States. The aforementioned communication stated that, unless Cuba…

Cuba Strongly Rejects Activation of Inter-American Reciprocal Assistance Treaty

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs denounces the shameful decision to activate the Inter-American Reciprocal Assistance Treaty (IRAT), a treaty that contemplates the use of military force. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly rejects its invocation under the pretext of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela being a threat to peace and security in the hemisphere, when…

Colombia Peace: Joint Communiqué Issued by Cuba and Norway

The Republic of Cuba and the Kingdom of Norway, Guarantor Countries of talks between the government of Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army (FARC-EP), which concluded with the signing of the Final Agreement for the Termination of the Conflict and the Construction of a Stable and Lasting Peace, reaffirm their commitment to…

How Cuba Preserves its Forests

Abel Reyes Montero Almost a third of the island, if we ignore the water surface, is made up of forests, and it is the will of the Government and the State to maintain a harmonious cycle in the different ecosystems that make up our archipelago. While the world is still suffering the ravages of the…

René González, of the Cuban 5: ‘The Colonization of Palestine Was and Still Is an Ongoing Criminal Enterprise’

Ramona Wadi Cuba’s anti-terror efforts to protect its nation are best known through the story of the Cuban Five, who infiltrated terror organisations sponsored by the US government in Miami. The repetitive cycles of foreign interference and intervention in Latin America and elsewhere testify to the importance of a consistent anti-colonial and anti-imperialist struggle that…

Sanctions: War by Other Means

Tatuy Televisión Comunistaria< Since 2014, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela has been subjected to no less than 150 unilateral coercive measures or sanctions, centralized in at least 40 legal instruments and executive orders by the U.S. government and its allies: the European Union, the United Kingdom, the Lima Group, Canada, Panama, and Switzerland. All these…

We Need to Rebuild the Project with the People

In this interview with Llanisca Lugo, a member of the Martin Luther King Center of Cuba, we begin the publication of a series of interviews in which Latin America is a common theme, with a look at the continent, perspectives, ideas and especially the efforts of sister organizations. Llanisca is coordinator of the Solidarity Program…

Fidel, the Most Visionary Cuban of the 20th Century

Raúl Castro Ruz On the occasion of the anniversary of Fidel’s birth, Granma shares excerpts from a speech by First Party Secretary Raúl Castro Ruz, December 3, 2016 Fidel’s authority and his close relationship with the people were key to the country’s heroic resistance during the dramatic years of the Special Period… At that time…

Fidel Against the Empire: Plan Against Plan

Elier Ramírez Cañedo The Commander in Chief, Fidel Castro Ruz, presided over the central ceremony for the 53rd Anniversary of the Assault on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Cèspedes barracks in the Province of Granma (photo Jorge Luis Gonzàlez) 26-7-06 In his analysis of the United States, Gabriel García Márquez, a Nobel laureate in…