March 2009 – Present: Cuba’s Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment (MINCEX) (cover assignment)
Dates not recorded: Central Committee member and Deputy to the National Assembly. Licenciado en Economía.
2005: Permanent Representative of Cuba to the United Nations (cover assignment)
2002 to 2005: Ambassador to Belgium, the European Union and Luxembourg (cover assignment)
1998 – 2002: Deputy Minister — Ministry of Foreign Investment and Economic Cooperation (cover assignment)
1997-1998: Director, European and North American Division — Ministry of Foreign Investment and Economic Cooperation (cover assignment)
1992-1997: Economic Counselor in charge of economic and trade affairs at the Cuban Embassy in Brazil (cover assignment)
1982 – 1992: Specialist on Cooperation in the Division of Economic International Institutions of the State Committee for Economic Cooperation in Havana (cover assignment)
1981: Project Manager with the ECIMETAL Enterprise (cover assignment)
@1981 – Present day: Entered Cuba’s primary foreign intelligence service, the Directorate General of Intelligence (DGI) as an officer in the Q-2 Department, which conducted operations against Cuban exiles. Following a 1989 restructuring, the DGI was renamed the Directorate of Intelligence (DI).
1980: Graduated from the University of Havana with a degree in Economics
Born in Havana, Cuba, on 10/14/56, Malmierca Díaz is married to Grisell Guadalupe Castano-Rey and has two children. His languages include Spanish, English, French & Portuguese.
Editor’s Note: A “cover assignment” is the purported occupation or purpose of an intelligence officer or agent and is intended to explain one’s duties or presence in an area.