miércoles, 18 de julio de 2012

Marcos F Rodríguez Costa, Viceministro de Relaciones Exteriores


Cuba y Timor Leste por impulsar relaciones tras década de nexos

La Habana, 18 jul (PL) Los gobiernos de Cuba y Timor Leste coincidieron hoy en esta capital en la voluntad de impulsar los vínculos bilaterales, durante una ceremonia para celebrar sus 10 años de nexos. En la sede de la Cancillería cubana, el viceministro de Relaciones Exteriores anfitrión Marcos Rodríguez y el vicetitular timorense de Negocios Extranjeros, Alberto Xavier Pereira, cancelaron un sello postal a propósito de la década de lazos diplomáticos.

 Ambos dirigentes destacaron el nivel actual de esos vínculos y las potencialidades de incrementarlos. Cuba y Timor Leste deben reforzar su lucha por el multilateralismo, la paz y la estabilidad mundial, señaló Rodríguez poco antes de la cancelación del sello que combina las banderas de los dos países e imágenes tradicionales de su cultura.

 El vicecanciller reiteró además la disposición de la isla caribeña a continuar contribuyendo al desarrollo de la pequeña nación del sudeste asiático. Rodríguez recordó que desde 2004, más de 800 colaboradores cubanos han prestado ayuda en materia de salud a la población timorense, así como el respaldo de La Habana en la formación de profesionales y la erradicación del analfabetismo.

 Por su parte, Pereira agradeció la solidaridad recibida y significó que con la cooperación de Cuba su país espera declararse libre de iletrados en 2013. El visitante también ratificó el apoyó de Timor Leste a las causas defendidas por la isla caribeña, como el levantamiento del bloqueo económico, comercial y financiero impuesto por Estados Unidos durante más de medio siglo y la libertad de los cinco antiterroristas condenados en ese país a largas penas.

http://www.prensa-latina.cu/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=527054&Itemid=1
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Recibe Gladys Bejerano a Canciller de Gabón

 La Habana, Cuba.- La Vicepresidenta del Consejo de Estado, Gladys Bejerano Portela, recibió en el Palacio de la Revolución, en la tarde de este miércoles, al excelentísimo señor Emmanuel Issoze Ngondet, ministro de Asuntos Exteriores de la República Gabonesa, quien realiza una visita oficial a Cuba. Ambas autoridades dialogaron en torno al estado de las relaciones bilaterales e intercambiaron sobre temas de interés de la agenda regional e internacional. Durante el encuentro, el Ministro gabonés entregó a la Vicepresidenta cubana un mensaje del Presidente de su país, Ali Bongo Ondimba, para el Presidente de los Consejos de Estado y de Ministros, General de Ejército Raúl Castro Ruz. Acompañaron al distinguido visitante, Noel Nelson Messone, Representante Permanente de la República Gabonesa ante las Naciones Unidas; y Leopold Jean Pierre, Director de América del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores. Por la parte cubana estuvo presente el compañero Marcos Rodríguez Costa, Viceministro de Relaciones Exteriores.

http://www.radioreloj.cu/index.php/noticias-radio-reloj/36-nacionales/8635--recibe-gladys-bejerano-a-canciller-de-gabon
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http://www.dztimes.net/post/politics/cuban-diplomats-come-to-boost-ties.aspx
Deputy Foreign Minister Marcos Rodriguez Costa led a Cuban delegation to visit Vietnam from Oct. 24-26 where they held separate talks with several high-profile officials on bilateral relations.


El presidente de Sri Lanka Mahinda Rajapaksa, es despedido por Marcos Rodríguez Costa, viceministro cubano de Relaciones Exteriores, en el Aeropuerto Internacional José Martí. Foto: Miguel Rubiera
http://www.juventudrebelde.cu/cuba/2012-06-19/presidente-sri-lanka-califico-de-fructifera-visita-a-cuba/
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Presidents al-Assad, Castro: Need to Put an End to Israeli Practices in Occupied Arab Territories

Jun 29, 2010

Havana, (SANA) – Syria and Cuba stressed that the international community must shoulder its responsibilities to put an end to Israel's practices in the occupied Arab territories, particularly in the besieged Gaza Strip. 


The remarks came during President Bashar al-Assad's talks with President Raul Castro of Cuba at the Revolution Palace in Havana Monday afternoon.
The two sides voiced support to the Palestinian people's legitimate struggle and to the brave attempts of activists from all over the world to end occupation and lift the inhuman siege on Gaza.


They discussed the historic relations between the two countries and the importance of benefiting from the common denominators between the two friendly peoples to boost these relations and open new cooperation prospects.
They also discussed regional and international developments and means of improving Arab-Latin American relations, stressing the need to double efforts to promote these relations up to the level of the historic bonds between the peoples of the two countries.


Presidents al-Assad and Castro affirmed the need to continue coordination to support the two regions' just causes at the international circles.


President al-Assad reiterated Syria's support to Cuba in its struggle against the embargo which has been imposed on it for more than half a century and against attempts to destabilize it.


He also noted that the Cuban people's expertise in various fields, particularly medicine and education, affirms the correctness of resistance choice adopted by the Cuban people.


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For his part, President Castro hailed Syria's firm stances on just issues, particularly its continued support for peoples' struggle against hegemony, stressing his country's support to Arab rights, especially the Palestinian issue and the return of the occupied Syrian Golan.




Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem, Presidential Political and Media Advisor Bouthaina Shaaban and Cuban Minister of Foreign Relations Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla attended talks.


Earlier, official reception ceremonies for President al-Assad were held at the Revolution Palace where President al-Assad was recieved by President Raul Castro. The national anthems of the Syrian Arab Republic and the Republic of Cuba were played, then the two presidents reviewed guards of honor.


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Later, President al-Assad shook hands with Cuban Minister of Foreign relations Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, Deputy Foreign Minister Marcos Rodriguez Costa, Deputy Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment Arnaldo Hernandez, Director of North Africa and the Middle East Directorate Jose Henriques and the Cuban Ambassador in Damascus Louis Marisi.


President Castro shook hands with members of the Syrian delegation accompanying President al-Assad, Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem, Presidential Political and Media Advisor Dr. Bouthaina Shaaban and Minister of Presidential Affairs Mansour Azzam.


Cuban President Holds Dinner Banquet in Honor of President al-Assad
Later, President Raul Castro held a dinner banquet in honor of President Bashar al-Assad.


During the dinner, the two Presidents completed their talks on relations between the two friendly countries and means of enhancing them and the latest regional and international developments.


Both sides agreed to remove all obstacles that might face any distinguished economic cooperation, underlining the importance of mutual visits between the two sides on all levels, continuing coordination and cooperation on different issues of mutual concern.


Members of the Syrian and Cuban official delegations and senior Cuban officials attended the banquet.


Syria, Cuba Sign Agreements on Combating Illegal Drug Trafficking, Agricultural & Media Cooperation


In the framework of the visit, several agreements were signed between the two countries on combating illegal drug trafficking and cooperation in agriculture and Media.


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The agreements stipulate cooperation in unifying efforts and exchanging experience in combating illegal drug trafficking, cultivating grain and producing vaccines, in addition to news exchange between the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) and Latin American news agency 'Prensa Latina'.

Cuban Foreign Relations Minister: President al-Assad's Visit Will Boost the Historic and Strategic Relations between the Two Countries

Cuban Minister of Foreign Relations Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla described President al-Assad's visit as a historic as it will boost the strategic relations binding the two countries.


"We have been brothers in struggle for decades, we shoulder our responsibilities in the world and serve our interests." Parrilla told reporters.
"President al-Assad's tour on a number of Latin American countries will push the international peace forwards, support the international stability and achieve development goals in the developing countries." He said.


For his part, Cuban Deputy Minister of Foreign Relations Marcos Rodriguez said the visit is important for both countries since it's the first visit by President al-Assad to Cuba.


He stressed the importance of the talks between Presidents al-Assad and Castro in boosting up bilateral relations and exchanging viewpoints regarding the complicated international situation, particularly in the Middle East and Latin America.


For her part, Cuban Minister of Justice Maria Esteher Reus Gonzalez said President al-Assad's visit marks another step in strengthening Syrian-Cuban relations, and that the signed agreements will further enhance cooperation.


Cuban Minister of Agriculture Gustavo Rodriguez Rollero underlined the political and economic importance of President al-Assad's visit, saying it will enable Cubans to get acquianted with the development of agricultural technology in Syria.


He pointed out that the agreement on agriculture signed by the two countries stipulates exchanging expertise in growing grains and agricultural technology, particularly regarding growing unirrigated grains.


English Bulletin


http://sana.sy/eng/282/2010/06/29/295684.htm

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