Cuba in Barbados

Marcus Garvey's 133 birthday celebration and pan-Africanist organizations in Barbados recognize the work of the Cuban Henry Reeve Brigade against COVID-19

Representatives of the Henry Reeve Medical Brigade in Barbados along with sports coaches and diplomats show the diploma.

Last Sunday at the Israel Lovell Foundation in Barbados, said institution, in coordination with the Coalition of Pan-Africanist Organizations and the Caribbean Movement for Peace and Integration, held an act of tribute to the 133rd anniversary of the birth of the Most Honorable Marcus Garvey, National Hero of Jamaica and founder of the Pan-Africanist movements in the Caribbean.

After two months of work, the Cuban Nurses of the Henry Reeve Brigade in Barbados witness a high level of recognition in that country.

¨Sin quitarse el polvo del camino...¨ la Brigada Médica Henry Reeve de enfermería visita el Monumento a las Víctimas del Crimen de Barbados.

The Barbados Today newspaper published in its June 11 edition an interview conducted by the journalist Marlon Madden with Ambassador Sergio Jorge Pastrana on the work of the nurses of the Henry Reeve Brigade that has been in Barbados since April 5 to face the threat of COVID-19 and in general on the bilateral collaboration between Cuba and the Caribbean.

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