Cuban Interests Section
|Cuban Interest Section in Washington, D.C.|
|Address||2630 16th Street N.W., Washington, DC, United States|
The Cuban Interests Section in Washington, DC, is the de facto diplomatic mission of the Republic of Cuba to the United States. It is located at 2630 16th Street Northwest, Washington, D.C., in the Adams Morgan neighborhood.
The Cuban Interests Section and its counterpart, the United States Interests Section of the Embassy of Switzerland in Havana, Cuba, or USINT Havana (the State Department telegraphic address), are formally sections of the respective Embassies of Switzerland, although they operate independently of the Swiss in virtually all but protocol respects Although diplomatic relations have been restored between the two countries, they do not have embassies in each others countries at the moment, and their respective Interests Sections function as de facto embassies.
Chiefs of Cuban Interests Section
- 1977–1989 – Ramon Sanchez-Parodi Montoto
- 1989–1992 – Jose Antonio Arbesu
- 1992–1998 – Alfonso Fraga
- 1998–2001 – Fernando Remìrez de Estenoz-Barciela
- 2001–2007 – Dagoberto Rodriguez Barrera
- 2007–2012 – Jorge Bolaños
- 2012–present – José R. Cabañas Rodríguez
- Cuba – United States relations
- Interests Section of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the United States
- Protecting power
Notes and references
- Hewitt, Christopher (2005). Political Violence and Terrorism in Modern America: A Chronology. Praeger Security International Series. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 121. ISBN 9780313334184.
- Jonušauskas, Laurynas (2003). Likimo vedami: Lietuvos diplomatinės tarnybos egzilyje veikla 1940–1991 (in Lithuanian). Vilnius: Lietuvos gyventojų genocido ir rezistencijos tyrimo centras. pp. 303–304. ISBN 9986-757-56-8.
- Luxner, Larry (November 2012). "Well-Wishers Host Cocktail Party for Retiring Cuban Diplomat". The Washington Diplomat. Retrieved 5 April 2013.
- Official website
- Luxner, Larry. "Cabañas replaces Bolaños at Cuba’s Washington mission". Cuba News. Retrieved 5 April 2013.
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