Cuba in Jamaica

Jamaican media offers wide coverage to Scholarships Programme offered by the Government of Cuba

Kingston, Jamaica,  May 30 , 2017.-The Scholarships Programme to study Medical Sciences of the Government of Cuba and the ceremony to award nine of these scholarships to Jamaican students was widely covered by the media. 

The ceremony, celebrated last May 24th, at the Embassy of Cuba in Kingston, was attended by high officials of the Jamaican Government and covered by The Observer, on of the two most important newspapers of the country, news agency  JIS and Loop Jamaica. 

Cuban Scholarships to Jamaica Award Ceremony celebrated.

Kingston, May 25th, 2017. In a heartfelt ceremony celebrated at the Embassy of Cuba in Jamaica, 9 scholarships were awarded by the Government of Cuba to Jamaican students. During the event, presided over by Ambassador Bernardo Guanche Hernandez and, on the Jamaican side, by the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade and the Minister of State at the Ministry of Finance and Public Service, Ambassador Marcia Gilbert-Roberts and Rudyard Spencer, respectively, the young awardees signed the Code of Ethics. 
 

Remarks delivered by Cuban Ambassador, Bernardo Guanche Hernández, during function to pay tribute to Hugo Chavez, at PCJ Auditorium. April 12th, 2017.

Remarks delivered by Cuban Ambassador, Bernardo Guanche Hernández, during function to pay tribute to Hugo Chavez, at PCJ Auditorium. April 12th, 2017. 

Dear Mrs. Luisa Gutiérrez Picón, Chargée d’Affaires a.i. from the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic (M) of Venezuela and Venezuelan colleagues.

The Most Honorable Portia Simpson Miller, former Prime Ministry.

Ambassador Shorna Kay Richard, Director of Bilateral Relations Department of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade.

Colleagues from Diplomatic Corp.

Jamaica media highlights regional meetings in Cuba

KINGSTON, JAMAICA, March 13th, 2017. The main media in Jamaica highlighted the Association of Caribbean States (ASC) and the Community of the Caribbean (CARICOM) meetings carried out in Havana last week.

The Observer, one of the two most important newspapers in the country, published in both the printed and digital versions, an article written by the Cuban Ambassador, Bernardo Guanche Hernandez, entitled “The Caribbean can always count on Cuba”.

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