Cuba in Jamaica

The President of the Chamber of Commerce of Jamaica and the Cuban Ambassador to that country discuss the expansion of bilateral economic ties

The President of the Chamber of Commerce of Jamaica and the Cuban Ambassador to that country discuss the expansion of bilateral economic ties.

Kingston, Jamaica, June 12, 2019. This Wednesday in the afternoon, Cuban Ambassador H.E Mrs. Inés Fors Fernández received Mr. Lloyd Distant Jr., President of the Chamber of Commerce of Jamaica.

At the meeting, Mr. Distant explained the structure, characteristics and functions of his institution, as well as its relationship with the Chambers of Commerce of the different parishes of Jamaica and other Caribbean islands.

Cuba reinforces its ties with the Caribbean

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Mr. Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, tours several sister nations of the Caribbean. The tour began on Tuesday and will last until June 18, taking him to Trinidad and Tobago, Saint Lucia, Guyana and Barbados. Within the framework of his Caribbean tour, Mr. Rodriguez will participate in the Sixth Meeting of CARICOM-Cuba Foreign Ministers to be held in Guyana on June 14.

Kingston, Jamaica, 12 June 2019. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Mr. Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, tours several sister nations of the Caribbean. The tour began on Tuesday and will last until June 18, taking him to Trinidad and Tobago, Saint Lucia, Guyana and Barbados.

Within the framework of his Caribbean tour, Mr. Rodriguez will participate in the Sixth Meeting of CARICOM-Cuba Foreign Ministers to be held in Guyana on June 14.

Young Jamaicans are awarded scholarships to pursue medical studies in Cuba

Young Jamaicans are awarded scholarships to pursue medical studies in Cuba

Kingston, Jamaica, 31 May 2019. The Embassy of Cuba in Jamaica hosted the awarding ceremony for the scholarships offered each year by the Cuban Government to young Jamaicans, to pursue medical studies in the Largest Island of the Antilles.

Neither the rain nor the heavy traffic on Friday in Kingston could frustrate the celebration, chaired by the Ambassador of Cuba Mrs. Inés Fors Fernández, and attended by representatives of the Jamaican Government and civil society organizations, the awardees and their relatives.

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