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Posted March 21, 2008 by publisher in Castro's Cuba

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The Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs presented a new Web site on emigration, during the conclusion of a conference on United States aggression.

Representatives of the Cuban Diaspora meeting since Wednesday observed the design of the NacionYEmigracion.cu web page offering information on consular services.

According to Otto Vaillant, informatics director of the chancellery, this useful website is an important voice of Cubans abroad.

This page was decided upon during the 3rd Conference of the Nation and Emigration in 2004 and includes a calendar of events, photo galleries and cyber-debate forums on Cuban issues.

The 129 delegates from 34 countries also witnessed the launching of the journal Correo de Cuba that includes, in this issue, an article by Gerardo Hernandez, one of the five anti terrorist Cubans jailed in the United States.

At this venue the participants ratified their commitment to work towards the liberation of these patriots who suffered trumped up and politicized trials.

The meeting concludes with a panel on the Five heroes headed by Ricardo Alarcon, Cuban Parliament president.

  1. Follow up post #1 added on March 21, 2008 by nacho with 111 total posts

    So this website is a “voice for Cubans abroad” ... where do I write that the site is crap and out of date? And the forum is down as well

  2. Follow up post #2 added on March 21, 2008 by publisher with 3905 total posts

    You didn’t see the fine print “not intended for Cuban Americans”? grin

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