Cuba in Guyana

Reason Is Our Shield

Dignity, resilience and unity are our greatest strengths in the face of the dishonest and mean annexationist action that serves the interests of the historical enemy of the Cuban nation in its attempt to fragment and divide us to defeat us.

After tough months of pandemic, harsh global economic crisis and a tightened and sustained blockade  –that has ostensibly affected our people-, Cuba has started to revive its social life, public places and services, schools, tourism and other sectors of the economy.

We are already the country of the Americas with the highest percentage of citizens receiving at least one dose of the anti COVID-19 vaccines; the one with the highest daily vaccination rate in the world and the only one able to develop a massive vaccination campaign among children from age 2.  All of that has been possible due to our country’s capability to produce its own vaccines, as a result of the scientific policy designed and promoted by Fidel and the talent of men and women trained by the Revolution.

We are getting back on our feet through our own efforts, thanks to the indomitable spirit, dignity and resilience of our people; with the serene and firm steering by the country’s leadership; with the spirit of victory and creativity that has been forged after many years of harsh battles.

Those who have bet on the failure of Socialism in Cuba and thought that July 11 was the final blow dealt to the Revolution are now disappointed and speeding up their plans. They attempt to prevent any possibility of wellbeing, individual and collective development, civil order and peace in our Homeland.

CALL FOR CUBA 2021 II BUSINESS FORUM

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, It is an honor to invite you to participate in the Second Edition of the Cuba 2021 Business Forum, which will be held virtually from November 29 to December 2 of this year, with the aim of continuing promoting foreign trade and investment. In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, this Forum will offer an excellent framework for discussion between national and foreign business representatives, the new actors of the Cuban economy, including those of the private sector, government officials, Chambers of Commerce and Trade and Investment Promotion Agencies, who wish to interact and exchange ideas on business and trade with the island. This second Forum intends to provide a space for information sharing and exchange on the transformations of the Cuban economy. This will be an excellent opportunity to learn about Cuba’s main export products (both goods and services) and business opportunities in prioritized areas such as the biopharmaceutical, tourism and food and agricultural sectors. This event will also include for the first time a virtual fair, which will allow business representatives to exhibit their products through the Business Forum platform. Another Business Forum will be held with the participation of Cubans residing abroad who have business and investment interests in the island, which will contribute to further strengthen the links between Cubans that live abroad and those that live in Cuba. Upon registration on the Forum’s website, it will be possible to arrange work meetings with representatives of businesses from the external sector of the economy. We will be pleased if you join us in this Second Cuba 2021 Business Forum through the website www.foroempresarial.mincex.gob.cu. Registration will be open from October 4 to November 25. We look forward to your participation in the forum. Rodrigo Malmierca Díaz Minister of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment / Chair of the Organizing Committee https://www.foroempresarial.mincex.gob.cu/en/events/

Tribute paid in Guyana to the Martyrs of Barbados

Guyana, October 6, 2021. Chaired by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, Honorable Hugh Hilton Todd, a solemn event of tribute was paid to those who fell as a result of the terrorist attack against the CU-flight. 455 of Cubana de Aviación, which occurred 45 years ago on October 6, 1976 which claimed the lives of 73 people, including 57 Cuban citizens, 11 Guyanese and 5 Koreans.

Tribute paid in Guyana to the Martyrs of Barbados

Guyana, October 6, 2021. Chaired by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, Honorable Hugh Hilton Todd, a solemn event of tribute was paid to those who fell as a result of the terrorist attack against the CU-flight. 455 of Cubana de Aviación, which occurred 45 years ago on October 6, 1976 which claimed the lives of 73 people, including 57 Cuban citizens, 11 Guyanese and 5 Koreans.

Caricom demands end of sanctions against Cuba

Georgetown, Jul 20 (Prensa Latina) The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) reiterated its demand for an immediate end to the commercial, financial and economic sanctions imposed on Cuba, in a statement published on the regional organization's website on Tuesday.

In these terms, the Caribbean bloc recalled the ongoing demand at the United Nations General Assembly against the economic, commercial and financial blockade established imposed by the United States on Cuba for more than 60 years.

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