History of Cuban foreign relations
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- Mandela: Cuba shared the trenches with us; S.
African president praises `unparalleled internationalism'
- By Argiris Malapanis and Roman Kane, in the Militant,
23 October 1995. President Nelson Mandela at the opening of
a Cuba-Southern Africa solidarity conference in Johannesburg
on October 6.
- Cuba and the World Trade Org'n
- From Granma International News correspondents, 13 June 1996.
The countries of the European Union, Canada and Mexico, and
all nations of the OAS - apart from the US - disagree with
Helms-Burton's assumed US rights to legally attack - in US
Courts - any country which trades with Cuba, and are pressing
ahead with legal advice to ascertain the better way to
approach their next move.
- Statement of Policy: Cuba. Labor Party chapter
- The Columbia River/Willamette Chapter of the Labor Party, 21
September 1996.policy statement was adopted by unanimous vote
at a regular meeting of the Columbia River/Willamete Valley
Chapter of the Labor Party by members of the trade union movement
in the Portland, Oregon area: USW, AFSCME, Longshoremen, Oregon
Teachers Association, Teamsters, Northwest Labor Council and others.
- Seventh U.S.-Cuba Friendshipment breaks the
- By Eileen Reardon, People's Weekly World, 24 May
1997. The Eastern segment of the seventh Pastors for Peace
Friendshipment Caravan to Cuba, loaded with 400 tons of
humanitarian aid for Cuban children, crossed the International
Peace Bridge into Canada.
- Cuba solidarity conference opens tomorrow
- CubaNews from Radio Havana, Cuba, 11 June 1997. An Asian
Solidarity with Cuba Conference takes place in Vietnam.
The main issue is Washington's blockade against Cuba and
the latest U.S. congressional measures to tighten the
extraterritorial nature of recent legislation.
- Official Guatemalan Delegation to Visit Cuba;
Other Countries Follow Suit
- Centr-Am News, week of Sept. 13-19, 1998. A group of some 50
Guatemalan business people, led by Guatemalan vice-president Luis
Flores, begin a five-day visit to Cuba.