Cuba in Jamaica

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.

Cuba and Jamaica assess bilateral relations in the area of Health

KINGTSON, JAMAICA, June 7th, 2018.-  The Minister of Health of Jamaica, Dr. Christopher Tufton, received the Cuban Ambassador to this Caribbean nation, Ines Fors Fernandez.

During the cordial meeting, held at the Ministry of Health, both parts reviewed the situation of the bilateral relations, in particular, the cooperation in the area of Health. Likewise, the officials assessed the common efforts to identify new areas for collaboration for the benefit of the two peoples.

Cuba and Jamaica to increase cultural and sports exchanges

KINGSTON, JAMAICA,  May 11, 2018.  The Minister of State at the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport of Jamaica, Hon. Alando Terrelonge, MA, MP, welcomed the Cuban Ambassador, Inés Fors Fernández, in the venue of this ministry. 

Both authorities expressed the willingness to maintain the efforts to increase the cultural, academic, and sports exchanges. They also dialogued about diverse issues  from the bilateral agenda.