Cuba in Jamaica

PNP reiterates call for removal of US Economic Blockade from Cuba

Letter from the Chairman of the People´s National Party Dr. Angela Brown Burke

It was in 1972 when, under the People’s National Party (PNP), Jamaica first established diplomatic relations with Cuba. At that time we knew that it would not be an easy road, but we were determined to stand in solidarity with our close neighbours, the people of Cuba, through thick and thin. That solidarity continues to this day, and will endure into the future.

Cuba present at the Modern Languages Day of the University of the West Indies

Kingston, 11 April 2024. The Third Secretary of the Embassy of Cuba in Jamaica, Anabel Landrón Ochoa, participated in the activities organised by the University of the West Indies (UWI) as part of the Modern Languages and Literature Day, under the theme "Access to mobility: learning foreign languages in the 21st century".

Ambassador of Cuba holds meeting with Executive Director of the Jamaica Stock Exchange.

Embajador de Cuba sostiene encuentro con Directora Ejecutiva de la Bolsa de Valores de Jamaica.

Kingston, 8 April, 2024. The Ambassador of Cuba to Jamaica, Fermín Quiñones Sánchez, held a productive working meeting with executives of the Jamaica Stock Exchange, headed by its executive director, Dr. Marlene Street Forrest.

During the exchange, the Cuban diplomat updated on the main effects of the genocidal blockade policy and the inclusion of our country in the spurious list of State sponsors of terrorism for the Cuban economy and trade relations with other countries.