Fernando Remírez de Estenoz

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Fernando Remírez de Estenoz Barciela
Born October 1951
Guanabacoa, Cuba

Dr. Fernando Remírez de Estenoz Barciela (born October 1951) is a Cuban politician and diplomat.[1][2]

Remírez de Estenoz is a medical doctor that graduated from the University of Havana. He is married and has two children. His sister is a psychologist named Aida Margarita Remirez de Estenoz Barciela, known as a teacher at University of Havana

Dr. Remírez de Estenoz was Head of the Cuban Communist Party Foreign Relations Department from 2004 until March 2009. He has been from 1992 First Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs. Head of the Cuban Interests Section in Washington, D.C. from 1995-2001. Cuban UN Ambassdor from 1993-1994.


  1. ^ Sigue la “purga castrista”: Cae Fernando Remírez en Noticias24.com "6 Mar 2009 – Una importante figura de la élite política cubana, el diplomático Fernando Remírez de Estenoz, fue separado de su cargo como jefe del ..."
  2. ^ Foreign Policy - 2010 03 10 Castros Forever "With this one last March, they took out 20 of the top members of the Cuban government in one fell swoop, including [cabinet secretary] Carlos Lage and [head of the Communist Party's foreign-relations department] Fernando Remírez de Estenoz, who was the point man on Elián González."
  • The Miami Herald, Cuba: Another Leading Official Ousted, Friday, March 6, 2009, Page 6A.
Preceded by
Alcibiades Hidalgo
Permanent Representative of Cuba to the United Nations
1993 - 1994
Succeeded by
Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla
Preceded by
Alfonso Fraga
Chief of Cuban Interests Section
Succeeded by
Dagoberto Rodríguez Barrera