DGACCRE Director Ernesto Soberon made the announcement on Twitter, and explained that Cuban consular offices in Poland, Romania, Belarus, Slovakia and Hungary will also assist Cubans.
He pointed out that, due to the armed conflict in Ukraine, and in order not to suspend consular services for Cuban residents in Ukraine, this measure will be in force until further notice.
Soberon added that “this will guarantee, among other things, the continuity of procedures already started in Kiev (the capital of Ukraine), other services that our compatriots need to use hereafter and the systematic exchange with them and their families in Cuba.”
The senior official added that “these consular representations will provide useful information to people who want to travel abroad from Ukraine, with the previous coordination with relevant authorities.”
The contact information of these offices is:
Cuban Embassy in Poland: +48 22 848 17 15, +48 669 863 137, +48 22 848 2231 email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Cuban Embassy in Belarus: +357 17 357 83 83, +357 17 354 36 36, +357 17 338 33 45 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cuban Embassy in Romania: +40 725 516 279 y email@example.com, and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cuban Embassy in Hungary: Maria Elena Marquez Cordovi: email@example.com, +36 1 8170680 and +36 303113090.
Cuban Embassy in Slovakia: Gerardo Enrique Soler Cedre: +421 2 3266 1440, firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
General Department of Consular Affairs and Cuban Residents Abroad: Ana Marian Garcia Leon: +53 5 3226844 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lissette Pilar Vega Mauriz +53 52450581, email@example.com.
Mahivyn Rodriguez Calvo +53 55513482, firstname.lastname@example.org.