There is only one Cuba

With this announcement, the US government intends to address only one sector of our population. The coercive measure that most affect Cuba’s economy and public services and severely harm the wellbeing of our population are neither eradicated nor modified.

The Government of the United States has been explicit in its intention to use this sector for political purposes against the Revolution, in the interest of its change of regime policy.

From Saint Kitts and Nevis, bridges of love extend to Cuba

From Saint Kitts and Nevis, love bridges were also extended this weekend, as part of the international mobilizations that have taken place in solidarity with Cuba, and in rejection of the criminal policy of the United States against the island.

The mobilization was also conducive to welcome the upcoming International Workers' Day and served as a starting point for the agenda that throughout the month of May will commemorate the 29th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Saint Kitts and Nevis and Cuba.

U.S. Chargé d'Affaires summoned to the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs to protest against the U.S. government's interfering behavior Statement by the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs

On March 18, 2024, U.S. Chargé d'Affaires Benjamin Ziff was summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by Deputy Minister Carlos Fernández de Cossío, who formally conveyed to him the firm rejection of the interference and slanderous messages of the U.S. government and its embassy in Cuba regarding the internal affairs of the Cuban reality.

Cuba will always be able to count on Saint Kitts and Nevis

As every year, the annual meeting took place with representatives of the associations that bring together solidarity with Cuba in Saint Kitts and Nevis, in which the affection, admiration and commitment to the Republic of Cuba was manifested by each of those present.

The main topics of greatest relevance for the period were reviewed and some of the initiatives that are already being worked on were presented.

Beyond borders and blockade: Cuba's influence in the Caribbean.

“Beyond borders and blockade: Cuba's influence in the Caribbean” was the imposed foots for members of the Cuban Alumni Association, together with Cuban diplomats in Saint Kitts and Nevis, who addressed the issue of the blockade imposed on the largest island of the Antilles, from another perspective. The condemnation of the blockade and the unwavering position of the people and government of Saint Kitts and Nevis against this policy, was expressed by the speakers who participated, among whom the Prime Minister of the Federation, Honorable Dr. Terrance Drew, and the president of the Cuban Alumni Association, Hollis Prentice.

The ceremony for the eighteenth graduation of nationals graduated from Cuban universities was held in Basseterre

As is tradition, this weekend the graduation ceremony of three new professionals from Saint Kitts and Nevis, who studied at Cuban universities, was held in this city; a Doctor of Medicine, a Civil Engineer and a Health Technologist. The event, organized by the Association of Graduates in Cuba, was chaired by the Prime Minister of the Federation, Honorable Dr. Terrance M. Drew, who is also an active member of this union.

Biden Administration puts Cuba back on list of state sponsors of terrorism

The Biden administration released the Country Reports on Terrorism and continues Cuba's designation as a “state sponsor of terrorism”.  The real purpose of slandering Cuba as a “terrorist” is to justify the illegal US blockade on Cuba. 

With Cuba’s SSOT designation, the US. attempts to criminalize normalizing relations with Cuba, exacerbating the already devastating impacts of sanctions.

2023 will be a year of intense work by associations of solidarity with Cuba.

This 2023 will be a cycle of many initiatives and joint activities, from the associations that make up solidarity with Cuba in the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis. Their main representatives, Telca Wallace, of the SKN-Cuba Friendship Association and Hollis Prentice, of the graduates’ association, held meetings with the diplomatic staff of the Embassy of Cuba, in which they presented their plan of activities planned for the whole year.


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