After depositing floral offerings before the monument erected to the victims of terrorism, the delegation chaired by Deputy Foreign Minister Rogelio Sierra, who is part of Jorge Luis Mayo, director of the Caribbean and Central America of MINREX, held a fraternal exchange with the members of the State Mission of Cuba, which included collaborators working in culture (ballet) and in the athletic disciplines of athletics, boxing, cycling, field hockey, table tennis, swimming and volleyball.The occasion was propitious for each technician to explain the content, achievements and challenges of the
With the presence of all members of the Cuban State Mission in Barbados, Cuban Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Rogelio Sierra, and the director of the Caribbean and Central America in the Cuban chancellery, Jorge Luis Mayo, paid tribute to the victims of state terrorism by laying a wreath - together with the members of the Cuban sports mission - at the monument erected on Payne Bay beach to the 73 civilians who perished for the terrorist sabotage against the Cubana de Aviación airplane in October 1976, a barbarism that united Cuba's destinies even further and the sister Caribbean nation
The Cuban delegation headed by Vice Chancellor Rogelio Sierra and integrated by the director of the Caribbean and Central America in the MINREX, Jorge Luis Mayo, met at the Cuban Embassy headquarters with a representation of the Barbados Martyrs´ Cuban Residents Association, which served to exchange on the issues that most interest the community, including migration policy, as well as to receive an update on the socioeconomic and political reality in Cuba by the Vice Minister, which culminated with an explanation of the current process initiated by the National Assembly of the People's Powe
On his arrival in Barbados to carry out the official visit scheduled during his working tour through several Caribbean countries, Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister Rogelio Sierra was able to share a friendly meeting with the Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Ralph Gonsalves, while they coincided in the VIP Lounge of the Bridgetown International Airport, during which they shared experiences of the historical relations between both countries, as well as the political and economic developments currently in in progress that affect the Latin American and Caribbean region.
Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister Rogelio Sierra initiated his program in Barbados with several activities of great political and social significance during the weekend, when he met with a large group of leaders and activists that make up the organizations of the Solidarity Movement with Cuba, with whom he shared the priorities of solidarity work and friendship between both countries, plans to increase cooperation and deepen regional integration, as well as excellent expectations to further develop bilateral relations with the new authorities of the Barbadian government.