Focused on tackling climate change, air transport and maritime connectivity, the First Conference of Cooperation of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) began in Havana. According to Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister Rogelio Sierra, these two major areas of work of the ACS will focus the debates of this meeting, which is its first edition in the history of the Association and will be maintained for the future and will be held the day prior to each meeting of the Council of Ministers.
In an exclusive interview by Cubaminrex, Carlos Rafael Zamora Rodríguez, the Acting Director General for Latin America and the Caribbean of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, outlines the essential elements of what will be the first forum to foster cooperation within the framework of Annual ministerial meetings of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) convened jointly by the ACS General Secretariat and Cuba on March 8, as pro tempore president of the Council of Ministers of this association.
Under the motto "defend the union, dignity and sovereignty of Our America," the Heads of State and Government of the ALBA member countries met in the Venezuelan capital on March 5, approving a combative declaration of solidarity with the Revolution Bolivarian, subjected to all kinds of threats and accusations infamous in a campaign orchestrated by the extreme right sells country with the support of the external forces of imperialism.
Comrade Nicolás Maduro Moros, President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, our brother Maduro; Dear Heads of State and Government of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America; Dear Heads of Delegations and Guests: Building unity is the most important task facing any real revolution. The member countries of ALBA-TCP consider solidarity integration as an essential condition for progress towards development ... Venezuela has made a great contribution to regional integration with its solidarity and generosity.
Young Barbadians from university and pre-university education formed an ideal audience that received with great interest the International Colloquium on the life and work of the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Commander in Chief Fidel Castro, held in two intense sessions of fruitful exchange this February 24th, at UWI - Cave Hill Campus, sponsored by its Social Sciences Faculty and the Network in Defense of Humanity - Caribbean Chapter, with the collaboration of the embassies of Cuba and Venezuela.