Barbados, October 7. The various pacifist organizations that convened the First Caribbean Conference for Peace, held on October 6 and 7, decided to dedicate to the commanders Ernesto "Che" Guevara and Fidel Castro Ruz, the excellent results obtained in the conclave, for consider them "two world visionary leaders who made an extraordinary contribution to the peace and liberation of the peoples of Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean," as reflected in the Bridgetown Declaration.
Barbados, October 7. At the culmination of the second day's discussions, delegates from the 8 countries attending the First Caribbean Conference on Peace adopted the Bridgetown Declaration and a concise plan of immediate action to address the imminent challenges and dangers to world peace and stability in the region in the short and medium term.
Barbados, October 6. The various existing peace organizations in the Caribbean and other progressive organizations such as the International Network in Defense of Humanity - Caribbean Chapter (NIDOH-C) and anti-imperialist personalities from eight nations of the subregion met in Bridgetown convened by the World Council peace.
Cuba was represented by International Masters Karla Fernandez and Abel Fabián González in the Central American and Caribbean U-20 Chess´s Championship hosted in Barbados. In the 6-day tournament, whose champions were the Barbadian Orlando Husbands (male) and the Trinidadian Gabriela Johnson (female), the Cuban athlete Karla won the second place, half a point from the first, being the only one to defeated the champion in their bilateral fight.