Cuba in Jamaica

Cuban Ambassador receives members of the Young Jamaica youth organization

Cuban Ambassador receives members of the Young Jamaica youth organization.

Kingston, Jamaica, 17 October, 2019. The Cuban Ambassador to Jamaica, H.E Mrs. Inés Fors Fernández, today received a group of national leaders from Young Jamaica, the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP)’s youth organization, at the Embassy’s headquarters. 

Young Jamaica's delegation was made up of Howard Chamberlain (President), Ricardo Foster (Vice President), Rohan Walsh (Secretary General), Rajive Hayden (Under- Secretary General) and Kaydian West (a member of the Board of Directors, responsible for gender issues.)

Panafrican Federalist Movement in Jamaica shoulder to shoulder with Cuba

Statement of the Panafrican Federalist Movement in Jamaica in support of Cuba.

Statement of the Panafrican Federalist Movement in Jamaica in support of Cuba

As African descendants, knowing the pain and destruction that the imperialist system has plagued on freedom loving people throughout the world, WE, the members of the Panafrican Federalist Movement in Jamaica, declare:

Cuban commercial delegation exchanges with Jamaican Minister of State

Cuban commercial delegation exchanges with Jamaican Minister of State.

Kingston, Jamaica, 10 October 2019. Members of the Board of Directors of the Cuban company Cubahidraulica visited Jamaica from October 7 to 8, an occasion that was conducive to the exchange with Senator the Honorable Pearnel Charles Jr., Minister of State at the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation; as well as with senior officials from that Ministry, the National Water Commission, the Port Authority of Jamaica and the Chamber of Commerce of the island.

Jamaica-Cuba Friendship Association calls to opose the US blockade against Cuba

Statement of the Jamaica-Cuba Friendship Association against the Trump Administration escalation of the Helms Burton Act.

Statement of the Jamaica-Cuba Friendship Association against the Trump Administration escalation of the Helms Burton Act

The Jamaica-Cuba Friendship Association condemns in the strongest language, the vile attempts by current leadership of the United States of America, to asphyxiate the economy of our sister country and bringing untold hardship on its people, as part of their continued desperate attempt to impose a system of governance which was firmly rejected in the successful revolution of 1959 led by Fidel.

Cubans resident in Jamaica demand the end of the economic blockade and of aggressions against their homeland at the National Conference

Statement by the ‘Antonio Maceo’ Association of Cubans Resident in Jamaica against the US government’s blockade and attacks against Cuba.

Statement by the ‘Antonio Maceo’ Association of Cubans Resident in Jamaica against the US government’s blockade and attacks against Cuba

The commercial, economic and financial blockade of the Government of the United States against the Republic of Cuba began on October 19, 1960, less than two years after the triumph of the Revolution. On February 7, 1962 it was extended to include virtually all commercial relations.

This is the most complete, systematic and long-standing blockade against any country in the history of mankind.

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