Cuba in the Caribbean: a compromise of solidarity

Taken from Granma.

«We believe in the force of the united Caribbean. We are convinced that we together will defeat the great challenges ahead»,  expressed the Commander in Chief Fidel Castro in the March for Freedom in Barbados, August 1st, 1998. 

Almost twenty years now from that statement, the Caribbean ties are strengthened and within that conext next December 8th, the VI Summit CARICOM-Cuba will be celebrated in Antigua and Barbuba.

The summit will be the scenario to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the establishment of the diplomatic relations between the Community of the Caribbean and Cuba, as well as to define the program for the development of the region, the integration and the commercial relations between our country and CARICOM.

Likewise, it´ll be discussed issues like the climate change and its consequences to island countries, that were recenlty affected by two severe hurricanes: Irma and María.

Cuba, who also suffered Hurricane Irma, decided to lend a hand, with its modest resources, to those affected nations, in particular, Dominica and Antigua and Barbuba.

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