Cuba in Jamaica

President of the Senate meets with Cuban Ambassador

KINGSTON, JAMAICA, November 28th, 2017. The President of the Senate of Jamaica, Tomas Tavares Finson, welcomed, in courtesy visit, the Cuban Ambassador, Inés Fors Fernández.

The cordial meeting, held at the venue of the Parliament in Kingston, served to ratify the willingness of both parliaments and governments to continue strengthening the bilateral relations.

Cuba and Jamaica foresee more collaboration in Tourism

KINGSTON, JAMAICA, November 27th, 2017.Cuban and Jamaica foresee the strengthening of the cooperation and exchange of experiences in the area of tourism, economic sphere that is of key importance for both Caribbean nations.

During a meeting between the Minister of Tourism of Jamaica, Edmund Barttlet, and the Ambassador of Cuba in this capital, Inés Fors Fernánez, held at this ministry´s venue, both authorities coincided on the necessity to increase the collaboration in tourism, the main engine of the two countries´ economies.

Jamaican students increasingly interested in Cuba

Kingston, Jamaica, November 21, 2017 . Near  70 Jamaican students visited the Embassy of Cuba last Friday, November 17th, aiming at learning more about the history, culture and traditions of the Greater of the Antilles.

Parliament of Jamaica reiterates solidarity with Cuba and rejection to Blockade

KINGSTON, JAMAICA, November 21st, 2017.  The President of the Parliament of Jamaica, Pearnel Charles,  reiterated the unconditional support of the people of Jamaica to Cuba and the rejection to the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United STates to Cuba during more than half a century.

During the courtesy visit the recently accredited Ambassador of Cuba in Jamaica,  Inés Fors Fernández, both parts dialogued on diverse issues of the bilateral agenda, in particular, the parliamentary relations between the two nations.

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