Cuba in Jamaica

Cuba and Jamaica agree to continue strengthening bilateral cooperation in Education

KINGSTON, JAMAICA, December 18, 2017. Minister of Education, Youth and Information of Jamaica, Senator Ruel Reid, received the Cuban Ambassador, Ines fors Fernandez, at his offices in this capital.

During the fruitful meeting, the parts reiterated the willingness by both governments to continue strengthening the exchanges in the sphere of Education and to identify new areas for the bilateral cooperation that celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. 

Cuba in the Caribbean: a compromise of solidarity

On December 8th, 1972, four Caribbean nations (Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago) established diplomatic relations with Cuba, and during the first Summit CARICOM-Cuba, held in Havana in 2002, it was agreed to celebrate this day the relations between the organization and the Greater of the Antilles.

Minister of Science, Technology and Energy of Jamaica meets with Cuban Ambassador

KINGSTON, JAMAICA, 4 de diciembre de 2017. El Ministro de Ciencia, Tecnología y Energía de Jamaica, Andrew Wheatley, recibió a la Embajadora de Cuba en esta nación caribeña, Inés Fors Fernández.

En cordial encuentro, celebrado en la sede de este ministerio, también participó la Secretaria Permanente, Hillary Alexander.

Tras intercambio de saludos y deseos de éxitos a Embajadora cubana, ambas partes dialogaron sobre el potencial que existe para desarrollar las relaciones bilaterales en estas esferas e incrementar los intercambios para beneficio común.

Minister of Health of Jamaica praises important work by Cuban health collaborators

Kingston, Jamaica, November 30th, 2017. As an important and noble task with a tremendous  social impact, qualified the Minister of Health of Jamaica, Dr. Christopher Tufton, the work carried out by the Cuban Medical Brigade.  

During a courtesy visit by the Ambassador of Cuba, Inés Fors Fernández, the Jamaican official praised also the importance of Operation Miracle in Jamaica, a program within which thousands Jamaican patients have recovered their sight.

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