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Statement by CARICOM Chairman, Prime Minister Hon Gaston Browne of Antigua and Barbuda on the occasion of the Forty-Ninth Anniversary of CARICOM-Cuba Diplomatic Relations, 8 December 2021

It is my distinct honour, in my capacity as Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), to address the People and Governments of CARICOM and Cuba on the Forty-Ninth Anniversary of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between our Countries.  Today reminds us of that symbolic and courageous historic act of Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago on 8 December 1972, that has evolved over the years into a fruitful and mutually beneficial relationship based on solidarity.

Fidel Forever

Guyana, Georgetown, November 25, 2021. As part of the celebrations for the fifth anniversary of the physical disappearance of the Commander-in- Chief, Fidel Castro Ruz, the Cuban Embassy organized an event with the participation of Guyanese personalities, Cuban residents, members of the Medical Brigade, officials, and workers of the Diplomatic Mission.

Fidel is Cuba, Cuba is Fidel

The Commander, the Chief, the Horse, Caguairán, that's how we refer to those who did not conceive to be defeated while there was the possibility of fighting, who taught us to resist, but above all else, they taught us to win.

Fidel is Cuba, Cuba is Fidel

The Commander, the Chief, the Horse, Caguairán, that's how we refer to those who did not conceive to be defeated while there was the possibility of fighting, who taught us to resist, but above all else, they taught us to win.

Cuba supports Nicaragua’s decision to withdraw from OAS Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

20 de Noviembre, 2021. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba supports Nicaragua's decision to denounce the Charter of the Organization of American States (OAS) and to resign from this Organization.

The OAS has remained silent on many occasions when coups d'état have taken place in our region. It has also been an accomplice to attempts at isolation and military interventions and has supported economic aggressions.

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