Cuba in Grenada

NNP condemns attack on Cuban doctors and other health care professionals

The New National Party is extremely alarmed and dismayed by the recent attacks, discrediting the performance of the Cuban doctors and other health care professionals.

These health practitioners continue to serve the people of Grenada especially the poor who do not have the financial resources to travel abroad for medical attention.

What is even more alarming and should raise grave concerns among all Grenadians is the deafening silence of the present government.

Cuba Still Unparalelled In Health Care

Cuba Still Unparalelled In Health Care

Health care remains an utmost priority for the government and people of the Republic of Cuba and they continue to do their best to assist other countries in developing and maintaining the best health systems.

Cuba considers public health a fundamental right and a responsibility of the State.

The President of the Republic of Cuba, Miguel DíazCanel spoke last Thursday, via video message, at the ceremony of the inauguration of the Cuban presidency of the Group of 77+China for the year 2023, which took place at the UN headquarters in New York

The head of state stressed that Havana assumes this responsibility with the will to work on the common objectives of the countries that make up this bloc of political agreement, the largest in the United Nations.

This is the first time Cuba will chair this negotiating group, and among the purposes is to promote the objectives of the 2030 Agenda and foster international solidarity and cooperation in the postpandemic context.

"Deepening relations with Cuba"

One week after a Cuban delegation visited Grenada, Prime Minister Hon Dickon Mitchell travelled to Cuba to participate in and deliver his maiden address at the XXII ALBA-TCP Summit.

 At the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of our America – Peoples Trade Treaty (ALBATCP) summit, the prime minister implored upon his regional colleagues to partner in boosting regional development and trade. This is needed in the region, as countries are impacted by inflation, disrupted supply chains and the COVID-19 pandemic.