The postgraduate program, sponsored by the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences of that renowned educational institution, includes the history of Latin America and the Caribbean, and as part of it, Cuban Ambassador to Morocco Javier Dómokos gave a lecture in which he addressed issues related to Cuba’s history, political and economic system.
The diplomat also delved into the origin and consequences of the implementation of the policy of economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed on Cuba by Washington for more than 60 years ago.
He explained the origins of the Cuban nation, its struggles for independence, first against Spanish colonialism and then against US domination during the neocolonial period, as well as an overview of the 64 years of the Revolution, its political and social achievements, challenges and its democratic system.
The lecture could not miss the stories about proletarian internationalism, written by Cubans around the world, their anti-imperialist foreign policy, focused on strengthening the unity of the Non-Aligned Movement and the exceptional record of service to the causes of the Third World, as well as Cuba’s active role in regional organizations and the Group of 77+China, of which it holds the pro tempore presidency at present.
The master’s degree also incorporates the chair on “State and Society of Central America and the Caribbean. History of Central America and the Caribbean,” taught by Guatemalan Ambassador to Morocco Erick Escobedo.