Cuba in Guyana

Speech by the Cuban Ambassador to Guyana, H.E. Julio César González Marchante, in the Commemorative Ceremony for the 41st Anniversary of the Crime of Barbados. Monument at the University of Guyana. October 6th, 2017.

President of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, Brigadier David Arthur Granger.

Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo.

Members of the Government, Parliament and other Institutions. 

Members of the Diplomatic Corps.

Members of the Solidarity Movement with Cuba in Guyana, Members of the Association of Cuban Residents.

Members of the Cuban State Mission.

Members of the Media.

Relatives, friends,

STATEMENT OF SOLIDARITY BY HIS EXCELLENCY CARL GREENDIGE, VICE PRESIDENT AND MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS WITH COUNTRIES AND PEOPLE AFFECTED BY HURRICANE IRMA AT THE MINISTERIAL MEETING OF THE NON-ALIGNED MOVEMENT

Excellencies,

Guyana commends your initiative in organizing this High-Level Meeting on Hurricane Irma to hear, firsthand, the assessment of the situation in the affected countries and territories.

Today, there can be no doubt of the severity of the impact nor of the urgency of existing needs.

Graduation of Guyanese doctors in homage to Fidel.

Guyana, August 31st, 2017. The Graduation Ceremony of 38 doctors benefiting from the Scholarship Program offered by Cuba to Guyana was chaired by Chancellor and Second Vice President Carl Barrington Greenidge and dedicated to the leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro.

 

Triumph of the Cuban women's football team in Guyana dedicated to Fidel's 91 birthday.

Georgetown. August 14, 2017. The Cuban women's soccer team under 17 spent their 8-0 win last night against the local team on the 91st birthday of the Commander-in-Chief, qualifying for the tournament of The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF), held in Georgetown from 9 to 13 August.

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