Etiqueta: migration
22 November, 2019 Cuba and Cayman Islands to discuss migration in Havana

The VI Round of Migratory Talks between Cuba and the Cayman Islands will take place this Thursday to evaluate the behavior of the migratory flow between both sides, informed the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

2 October, 2019 Chancellor of Cuba Rates U.S. Sanctions as State of War

What defines the current state of relations is a sharp tightening of the economic, commercial and financial blockade, Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla said during an interview given on Tuesday to the Vice-President of International News of The Associated Press, Ian Phillips, at the agency’s headquarters in New York, days after his participation in the UN General Assembly.

27 March, 2019 Cuba and the Willingness to Support Safe Migration

Despite the politicization of migration by the United States and the obstacles to travels imposed on Cubans, the Caribbean island insists on supporting an orderly and safe flow of people.

26 June, 2018 Pope Francis Receives French President

VATICAN CITY, Vatican.- Pope Francis received in private audience of almost an hour French President Emmanuel Macron, and gave him the medallion of San Martín de Tours, known for his help to the poor. In giving the president the image of St. Martin de Tours, the Pope said it is a medal made by a […]

12 January, 2018 They Present Global Migration Report at United Nations

The UN General Assembly addresses this Wednesday in an informative session the Secretary-General´s report entitled To Make Migration Work for All, with details of the great human movements in the world.

24 October, 2017 Caribbean Leaders Will Meet in CARICOM-Mexico

Caribbean Community Leaders (CARICOM) will participate in the fourth CARICOM-Mexico Summit scheduled for tomorrow in Belize, the Secretariat of the Guyana-based bloc reported.