The Seventh Summit of Heads of State and Government of the CARICOM-Cuba mechanism will be held on December 8 this year. This is an important forum whose efforts are focused on the strengthening of relations between the Caribbean Community and Cuba and finding solutions to the most pressing problems affecting the region, such as climate change effects and development challenges.
These Summits are being held every three years since 2002, on alternate venues between our country and CARICOM States.
Port of Spain, August 9.- With the presence of the Trinidadian Ministers of Education and State in the Ministry of Education, Anthony Garcia and Francis Lovell, respectively, took place today at the headquarters of the Ministry of Education the official ceremony of granting of medical scholarships offered by the Government of Cuba to young Trinidadians as part of the Cuba-CARICOM agreements. On this occasion, three young people benefited from this cooperation program.
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”.
We, the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the Republic of Cuba, having met in Havana, Cuba, on March 11, 2017, on the occasion of the Fifth Ministerial Meeting of CARICOM-Cuba and in commemoration of the Forty-fifth Anniversary of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between the Independent States of CARICOM and Cuba and the Fifteenth Anniversary of Cuba-CARICOM Day;
Press Release issued by the Embassy of Cuba in Jamaica
This week, Cuba will become, once again, the capital of the Caribbean, serving as venue to different regional meetings aiming to dialogue about key issues for our region like tourism, commerce, transportation, the environment and climate change.