Cuba in Jamaica

Solidarity Brigade Praises Cuban Courage and Condemns US Blockade

(Prensa Latina) Dominican activist Pablo Castillo lauded today the courage of Cubans for the projection and defense of a more just society, despite the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed on Cuba by the United States. 

The member of the 25th Latin American and Caribbean Brigade of Solidarity with Cuba told Prensa Latina that 'the Cubans, constantly besieged by U.S. imperialism, reflect the courage and perseverance of Commander-in-Chief Fidel Castro' and the heroes who fought for the independence of the nation.

President Díaz-Canel to CARICOM: Cuba will always support the just demands of Caribbean nations

It is an honor to greet the leaders of our Caribbean, a sea that we share as a cradle and a challenging home, where we count the hours with more haste, due to the passion that derives from its heat and its strength that stops hurricanes, increasingly frequent and destructive, and also due to the rise in sea level, as a consequence of climate change, which we ourselves did not even cause. I follow the spirit of my people, who first send enthused gratitude to the hosts, as we are in Jamaica, where, in the late nineteenth century, far from the hatred of the Spanish metropolis, Mariana Grajales found refuge, the bravest of our women and Mother of the Nation, whom “God has invested with the rank of General,” in the words of another front-line fighter, the wife of her son Antonio, the unsurpassable Maceo. Here our Mariana, who died on Jamaican land 125 years ago, and today rests in the patrimonial cemetery in Santiago de Cuba, found refuge and received José Martí. Jamaica is very close, geographically, historically, and humanly.

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs concludes tour to the Caribbean with working visit to Jamaica

Kingston, Jamaica, 14th June, 2018.- Deputy Minister of Foreign Affair of Cuba, Rogelio Sierra Díaz, started a working visit to Jamaica as part of a tour that began last June 5th, to five Caribbean nations. Sierra Diaz is accompanied by the director for Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean affairs at the Cuban Chancery, Jorge Luís Mayo Fernández.

Jamaica is of special importance to Cuba because together with Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana and Barbados, established diplomatic relations with Cuba on December 8th, 1972.

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