Cuba in Jamaica

Message sent by the Cuban Ambassador to nursing professionals from Cuba and Jamaica

Message sent by the Cuban Ambassador to nursing professionals from Cuba and Jamaica.

Message sent by the Cuban Ambassador to nursing professionals from Cuba and Jamaica

Every May 12th, the International Nurses Day is celebrated.

On this occasion, the date is even more special not only because the World Health Organization (WHO) has decided to proclaim 2020 as the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife; but also due to the complex world epidemiological scene, in which the vital and heroic work of nurses has been demonstrated.

Committed Cuban teachers to professional training in Jamaica

Amid online classes and isolation due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Cuban teachers ratified today their commitment to professional training in Jamaica, on the occasion of Teacher's Day celebrations in this Caribbean island.

By: Yodeni Masó Águila (Prensa Latina), in collaboration with EmbaCuba Jamaica

Kingston, Jamaica, 6 May 2020. Amid online classes and isolation due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Cuban teachers ratified today their commitment to professional training in Jamaica, on the occasion of Teacher's Day celebrations in this Caribbean island.

Revolution is unity: The Cuban Embassy in Jamaica celebrates May 1st

Cuban diplomats acknowledged today in Jamaica the work of the healthcare personnel in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, and highlighted the efforts of the working class for a better world..

By: Yodeni Masó Águila (Prensa Latina), in collaboration with EmbaCuba Jamaica

Kingston, Jamaica, 1 May, 2020. Cuban diplomats acknowledged today in Jamaica the work of the healthcare personnel in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, and highlighted the efforts of the working class for a better world.

Members of the Cuban state mission in the Jamaican territory recalled the memorable celebration in May 1, 2000, when the historic leader Fidel Castro delivered the concept of Revolution and called for unity, solidarity and altruism.

Jamaican unionist ratifies solidarity with Cuba

Jamaican unionist Keith Comrie ratifies solidarity with Cuba on May 1.

By: Yodeni Masó Águila (Prensa Latina), in collaboration with EmbaCuba Jamaica

Kingston, Jamaica, 1 May 2020. As four decades ago, unionist Keith Comrie accompanied Cuba in May 1 parades and today, from his home in Jamaica, ratifies solidarity with the people of the largest island in the Antilles.

An executive member of the Jamaica Confederation of Trade Unions, Comrie regards Cuba as his second home for, in his opinion, love and affection have never been lacking since his first visit in 1980.

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