Cuba in Barbados

The Prime Minister of Barbados, the Honorable Mia Amor Mottley, expresses her condolences for the terrible accident at Hotel Saratoga in Havana.

Letter from the Prime Minister of Barbados to President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez

Since May 6 the Prime Minister of Barbados, the Honorable Deputy Mia Amor Mottley, wrote a letter to President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez to express, on behalf of the People and Government of Barbados, the most heartfelt condolences for the unfortunate accident that occurred at the Hotel Saratoga and to offer all the solidarity and help necessary to accompany the Cuban people in this sad and unfortunate moment.

Celebrations for May Day in Barbados by representatives of cooperative specialists of medicine and sports as well as diplomats.

Representación de los colabores médicos y deportivos y los diplomáticos cubanos en Barbados

Marked by the delivery on April 28, Barbados Heroes Day, in a national ceremony at the Kensington Oval, Barbados' main stadium of humanitarian awards to the anonymous heroes who faced the pandemic on the Island of Barbados, a representation of Cuban medical and sports collaborators gathered on the grass of the Rockley Golf Course to celebrate May Day together with all our people. Another group that was on duty at the Harrison Point medical isolation facility held a ceremony there at the same time to commemorate the date.

 

Latin American and Caribbean musical cultural evening at the Embassy of Cuba in Barbados.

Musicos y diplomaticos latinoamericanos y caribeños

Organized by the Coalition of Pan-Africanist Associations and the Embassy of Cuba and with the presence of Latin American and Barbadian diplomats, a cultural evening was held with guitars and drums in which different songs and rhythms from Argentina, Barbados, Brazil, Cuba, Jamaica were performed, as well as classics from the international repertoire. In about three hours, five guitarists and two drummers took the audience through the fields of memory and regional geography, from the new tango to calypso and Cuban song, it was a night of sincere Latin American and Caribbean friendship.

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