On November 25, the day marking the first anniversary of the passage to the immortality of the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, who inaugurated the monument to the victims of terrorism in his visit to Barbados in 1998, the delegation partisan and Cuban academic presided over by Dr. José Ramón Balaguer, Member of the Secretariat of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, and integrated by Idalmis Brooks of the Department of International Relations, and the professors of the University of Havana Dr.
Called by the Department of Government and Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, the Second Colloquium on the Legacy of Fidel Castro at UWI Cave Hill Campus, Barbados, was held on November 24-25, 2017 with the participation of a VIP Cuban political and academic delegation and other distinct Caribbean intellectuals, marking the first anniversary of his passing. The forum was opened by the Minister of Education of Barbados, Hon Ronald Jones, the Deputy Principal, Dr. Clive Landis, and the Cuban Ambassador, Dr. Francisco Fernández.
The Minister of Education of Barbados, Ronald Jones, the Deputy Principal of the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Dr. Clive Landis, and the Cuban Ambassador, Francisco Fernández, opened the II Colloquium on the Legacy of Fidel, counting on the presence of an important Cuban partisan and academic delegation presided over by Dr.
With the presence of the Minister of Education of Barbados, Ronald Jones, and an important delegation chaired by the member of the Secretariat of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba and Head of its Department of International Relations, José Ramón Balaguer, the Pro Vice Chancellor and Principal of the University of the West Indies (UWI), Cave Hill Campus, Professor Eudine Barriteau, and the Ambassador of Cuba, Francisco Fernández, signed two memoranda of cooperation with the Ministry of Public Health of Cuba and the University of Havana, respectively.
With the presence of the Minister of Culture of Barbados, Stephen Lashley, the Cuban delegation that visits the country for the celebrations of the 45th Anniversary of bilateral relations, presided by the Member of the Secretariat of the Central Committee of the Party, José Ramón Balaguer, and the ambassadors of Cuba and Venezuela, the Premiere of the new documentary "Faces of Pain" was made about the terrorist attack against Cubana's plane in the Barbadian coasts in October of 1976, of the Venezuelan director Ernesto Segovia, music by Ali Alejandro Primera, who traveled to Bridgetown for t