Entitled "Revolutionary Cuba has much to share with the Caribbean", Cuban Ambassador Francisco Fernández sent an article to the Editor-in-Chief of the Daily Nation newspaper, Eric Smith, with a view to be published in the "Guest Column" section in response to his disrespectful editorial published on April 23 "Expect few changes in Cuba", in which not only a poor report on the recent elections in Cuba is delivered, but skewed analysis on CARICOM-Cuba relations is made, ending with a call for interfering actions on Cuban internal affairs that is very far from the respectful and solidary essen
Giving continuity to the first contract signed last February with the Cuban company Heberbiotec to introduce this Cuban biotechnology flag drug in Barbados, the executive director of Superior Pharmaceutical, Philip Springer, with the presence of one of its legal directors, Robert "Bobby" Clarke, during the Health International Convention, signed of a second contract with the Cuban Medical Services Holding (SMC) whereby two Cuban experts will carry out a one-year technical consultancy for the training of Barbadian personnel that will apply this treatment aimed at curing foot ulcers in patien
The Association of Resident Cubans "Mártires de Barbados" held its 2018 National Meeting at the Embassy of Cuba in the City of Bridgetown, Barbados, on the 28th day of April, with the purpose of relaunching the patriotic work of our organization, to carry out the renewal of its directive and to approve later the projections for the immediate work, conscious of the need to stay united and in full capacity of solidarity with our country; In this regard, we welcome the excellent results of the recent elections held in our country, freely, independently and sovereignly, with the added value tha
The friendly Barbadian lawyer and social activist, David Comissiong, decided to submit a very progressive article to the Chief Editor of Daily Nation requesting to use the section “Guest Column” in order to respond a lot of falsehoods on the issue of the race which are included in a column of that newspaper on its April 24 issue, written by journalist Mohammed Iqbal Degia, who showed a complete ignorance on the Cuban revolutionary politics on racial discrimination; look at the full text of David´s article.
Between April 23 and 26, 2018, the head of the Caribbean Desk of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP), Tania Parra Fonseca, visited Barbados as part of a working tour throughout several Caribbean islands, during which she met with the different organizations that make up the Movement of Solidarity with Cuba (MSC), exchanged on the priorities of the solidarity work with the Cuban Revolution, reiterated the invitation to keep the attendance of the Barbadian friends to the May Day celebrations and to the International Meeting of Solidarity that is shared annually with all