KINGSTON, JAMAICA, October 7th 2016. Prime Minister of Jamaica, the Most Honourable Andrew J. Holness demanded the end of blockade the United States imposes against cuba, during his address to the 71st period of sessions of the United Nations General ASsembly, in New York.
“Jamaica realizes that the continuation of the economic embargo against our sister Caribbean country, Cuba, is out of step with recent actions to re-establish diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States. We therefore call for its early lifting”, stated the Prime Minister.
KINGSTON, JAMAICA, September 30, 2016.Ambassador of Cuba to Jamaica, Bernardo Guanche Hernandez, denounced the cruel policy of blockade the United States government has maintained during more than half a century, at a cocktail to commemorate the International Day of Peace and the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons.
KINGTON, JAAMAICA, September 26, 2016.Inspired in the International Peace Day and the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons, established by the United States and observed during September 21st and 26th, near a hundred advocates of these noble causes from different nations of our region, appealed to achieve the total elimination of nuclear weapons in an irreversible, transparent manner, based on the multilateral agreements, and honoured the Proclamation of Latin America and the Caribbean as Zone of Peace.
KINGSTO, JAMAICA, September 14th, 2016.During this afternoon, September 14th, the Minister of State at the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information of Jamaica, Floyd Green, welcome a Cuban delegation from the Ministry of Education, headed by Mijail Benavides, head of Cooperation at the Department of International Relations, and Cuban Ambassador, Bernardo Guanche Hernandez.
KINGSTON, JAMAICA, August 29th, 2016.- During this Monday afternoon, August 29th, a new group of 21 Cuban teachers arrived in this capital to be part of the Educational Brigade in this sister nation.
Rafael Muñiz Guillén, Coordinator of the Educational Brigade in Jamaica, and Mabel Rodriguez Morera, in charge of Collaboration Office at the Embassy of Cuba, were present during the warm welcoming, as well as officials from the Ministry of Education of Jamaica.