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Statement by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Rogelio Sierra Díaz, on the impact of natural phenomena in countries of the Caribbean.

Statement by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Rogelio Sierra Díaz

In the last few hours, natural phenomena have been impacting countries in the Wider Caribbean Basin.

Cuba expresses its solidarity with the Caribbean brothers affected by Hurricane Irma, especially with the people and authorities of Antigua and Barbuda, where our health workers continue to provide services and contribute to the recovery of the country.

Likewise, we reiterate our solidarity and support to the peoples and governments of Mexico and Guatemala, following the strong earthquake that struck last night and caused significant human and material losses.

Cuba-Dominica: Dominican students travel to Cuba to study at Cuban universities.

Cuba-Dominica: Dominican students travel to Cuba to study at Cuban universities

Dominica, Roseau, August 28, 2017. As part of the Cuba-CARICOM Agreement, 14 Dominican students traveled to Cuba to attend university. As every year, a group of Dominican students begin higher education in Cuba as part of the human resources training program that the island has been developing for several years with several Caribbean nations.

Cuba Highlights Strong Rejection to Trump's Policy.

VIENNA, June 19, 2017.-  Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez on Monday highlighted the strong rejection of the policy announced recently by U.S. President Donald Trump regarding the Caribbean island.

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