Cuba in Grenada

Permanent Secretary of Infrastructure receives the Cuban Ambassador in Grenada

St George, March 5. At the Ministerial Complex of Grenada, the Ambassador of Cuba Ivette Martínez was received this morning by the Permanent Secretary of Infrastructure and Civil Aviation Mrs. Sylvia Bennet-Thomas. In a friendly meeting, the diplomat expressed thanks for the systematic compliance with the collaboration agreement signed between the Union of Caribbean Construction Companies (UNECA) and the Ministry of Infrastructure of Grenada, which provides for 8 Cuban engineers, with high prestige to guarantee the quality of their projects.

Grenadian Ambassador visited Maurice Bishop Special School in Havana

Havana,Frebruary, 22. The H E Glen Noel, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Grenada to Cuba together with Yanet Silveira, Secretary with responsibility for Students Affairs, paid a visit to the Maurice Bishop School for Special Education in Havana. This institution is a transit school where children with delay in psychological development are prepared for general education. The purpose of the visit was to make a donation of toiletries and food supplies to the institution.

Director of Cuban Medical Collaboration visits Granada.

St George, February 27. Between February 23 and 27, Dr. Michael Cabrera Laza, Director of the Central Medical Cooperation Unit, made a working visit to the Island of Granada. The Director was received on behalf of the Minister, by Dr. Shawn Charles. Medical Director of the Ministry of Health of Grenada. In the exchange, topics related to the continuity of the Collaboration in Grenada and joint work for the renewal of the cooperation agreement were addressed.

Youth and Sports, two potentials for Cuba and Grenada Cooperation.

St. George, February 19. At the headquarters of the Ministerial Complex of Grenada, the Honorable Senator Gayton Jonathan LaCrette, Minister of Youth and Sports, received the Ambassador of Cuba Ivette Martínez Leyva. In a friendly meeting, the Cuban representative reiterated the desire to promote the exchange of delegations, trainers, experts and specialists in Physical Education and its applied Sciences. She also presented the proposal for a framework agreement that includes all viable areas to establish technical cooperation in Sports between both countries.

Former Prime Minister of Granada receives the Ambassador of Cuba

St George, February 5. The honorable Keith Mitchell, former Prime Minister of Grenada and current leader of the opposition, received the Cuban Ambassador Ivette Martínez on Monday morning. At the headquarters of the New National Party, known as the Green House, the hosts held a meeting full of the good memories that unite Keith Mitchell and the people of Granada in their relationship with Cuba.