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Cuban Ambassador holds fruitful meeting with Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sports of Jamaica

Cuban Ambassador holds fruitful meeting with Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sports of Jamaica

Kingston, Jamaica, June 23, 2022. The Honorable Olivia Grange, Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sports of Jamaica received the Cuban Ambassador Fermín Quiñones Sánchez on Wednesday morning, at the headquarters of his ministry. The Minister was accompanied by the Minister of State Alando Terrelongue, the permanent secretary Denzil Thorpe and other directors and officials of the sector.

Cuba and Jamaica recognize potential for cooperation in agriculture and fisheries

Cuba and Jamaica recognize potential for cooperation in agriculture and fisheries

Kingston, Jamaica, 31 May 2022. The Cuban Ambassador Fermín Quiñones Sánchez visited the Jamaican Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries this morning, where he had a fruitful exchange with the head of that ministry, the Honorable Pearnel Charles Jr., the Minister of state Franklin Witter, and other senior officials of that entity.

Cuban Ambassador and Prime Minister of Jamaica advocate strengthening bilateral cooperation

Cuban Ambassador and Prime Minister of Jamaica advocate strengthening bilateral cooperation

Kingston, Jamaica, 25 May 2022. On the morning of this Wednesday, the Cuban Ambassador Fermín Quiñones paid a courtesy visit to the Right Honorable Andrew Holness, Prime Minister of Jamaica.
Both parties agreed on the historical nature of the relationship between Jamaica and Cuba, and on the importance of deepening and strengthening cooperation and exchange between the two Caribbean islands.

Cuban Ambassador holds friendly meeting with Minister of Tourism of Jamaica

Cuban Ambassador holds friendly meeting with Minister of Tourism of Jamaica

Kingston, Jamaica, 21 April 2022. Yesterday afternoon, the Cuban Ambassador Fermín Quiñones paid a courtesy visit to the honorable Edmund Bartlett, parliamentarian and Minister of Tourism of Jamaica.

Both parties agreed that tourism has faced severe challenges in recent years, as a result of climate change and more recently Covid 19, and highlighted the importance of building a sustainable and resilient tourism product, based on the natural and cultural strengths of each country.

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