The Caribbean Movement for Peace and Integration (CMPI), who represented Barbados and the Caribbean in the International Solidarity Forum WE ARE ALL VENEZUELA, held between March 7 and 11 in Caracas, Venezuela, has disseminated the entire text of this important document, which was approved by 245 international delegates from the 5 continents of the planet; 116 from Latin America, 33 from the Caribbean, 43 from North America, 19 from Africa and a combined total of 34 from Europe and Asia; The Declaration has also received the support of a broad cross-section of Caribbean civil society, many
With several allegorical activities to date, the Cuban state mission celebrated International Women's Day, with the enthusiastic participation of collaborators working in Barbados, accompanied by friends who are part of the Barbadian solidarity movement and Cubans living in the country. , being the most symbolic of all the homage to the longest living Cuban living on the island, Ofelia Nicholls, with 94 years of age and 81 of them living in Barbados, who received a bouquet of flowers delivered by the consul Ana Labaut de Dios.
The fifth anniversary of the passage to eternity of Commander-President Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías was commemorated with a beautiful political-cultural show in which excellent presentations with revolutionary ideas shone, which were exhibited in various formats of speeches, anti-colonial poems and dramaturgical performances of a high progressive thinking; In the first place, the Cuban Ambassador, the Chargé d'Affaires and the Venezuelan Defense Attaché highlighted the legacy of the eternal Commander, who has much to do in Latin America and the Caribbean -like the sword of Bolívar and the ideo
The businessman Philip Springer, executive director of the Superior Pharmaceutical barbadian company, made a fruitful working visit to Cuba between February 23 and March 4, whose main result was the signing of a contract with the Cuban biotechnology company Heberbiotec for the introduction of the Heberprot-P in Barbados, which has the support of his government since the main recipient of this flag drug of Cuban biotechnology will be the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, although it will also be supplied to the private sector in order to benefit the cure of foot ulcers in diabetic patients and avoid
The board of the Caribbean Movement for Peace and Integration (CMPI), which met in Bridgetown on January 26, 2018 together with other Barbadian and Caribbean non-governmental organizations, such as the Caribbean Chapter of the International Network in Defense of Humanity, has decided send a letter to the distinguished Heads of State and Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) to express their concern and rejection of the continuing imperialist attacks against the sister Caribbean nation, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, within the framework of the Organization of American State