Final Declaration V Meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs CARICOM-CUBA.

 We, the Ministers for Foreign Affairs of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the Republic of Cuba, meeting in Havana, Cuba, on March 11, 2017, on the occasion of the Fifth CARICOM-Cuba Ministerial Meeting, and in commemoration of the Forty-fifth anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the independent CARICOM States and Cuba and the Fifteenth Anniversary of Cuba-CARICOM Day; Reaffirming the Declarations of the Summits of Havana 2002, Bridgetown 2005, Santiago de Cuba 2008, Port of Spain 2011 and Havana 2014, and highlighting its contribution to the advancement of

How does Cuba cooperate with the Caribbean?

The Greater Caribbean is a well-defined geographic space, with a strategic position between North and South of Our America, with a common history, where small islands tighten intense cultural ties and cooperation.
The States that make up the Caribbean Basin have always remained among Cuba's main trading partners, they reached out to us when others tried to isolate us. The Greater Antilles do not forget it, and for that reason, the region is today one of the main areas of collaboration that the Cuban nation offers in the world.

Vilma and the achievements of the Cuban women were remembering in Greece.

Vilma and the achievements of the Cuban women were remembering in Greece.

Last March 11, the Cultural Association José Marti of Solidarity with Cuba, celebrated the International Women Day in the headquarter of the Editorial Diethness Vima (International Foro) in the center of Athens, where it was highlighted the achievements of the Cuban Revolution and the Federation of Cuban Women in benefit of Women.

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Final Declaration Fifth Meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of CARICOM and the Republic of Cuba

We, the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the Republic of Cuba, having met in Havana, Cuba, on March 11, 2017, on the occasion of the Fifth Ministerial Meeting of CARICOM-Cuba and in commemoration of the Forty-fifth Anniversary of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between the Independent States of CARICOM and Cuba and the Fifteenth Anniversary of Cuba-CARICOM Day;

Successful ending for Cuba´s leadership at the helm of the AEC

Cuba successfully concluded its administration today as the head of the pro tempore presidency of the Association of Caribbean States (AEC), said today Deputy Foreign Minister Rogelio Sierra.
At the end of the XXII Ordinary Meeting of the Council of Ministers of the bloc, Sierra said that the island had an intense activity, aimed at revitalizing the operation of the Association, fulfilling the mandate it received last year at the Havana Summit.

Cuban Foreign Minister inaugurates Ordinary Meeting of the ACS Council of Ministers.

Distinguished delegates and special guests and other representatives of the delegations present: Cuba welcomes you to the XXII Ordinary Meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Association of Caribbean States, at which time the Caribbean countries meet again in Havana to Dialogue about our common interests and the risks we face in a shared way. We will review the progress of the implementation of the agreements of the VII Summit of the Association, held in Havana on June 4, 2016.

Cuban President attends ACS Council of Ministers Meeting.

Cuban President Raúl Castro attends the opening of the XXII Ordinary Meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Association of Caribbean States (AEC), which takes place in this capital. In the meeting, foreign ministers and high-ranking representatives of the member countries of the regional mechanism for consultation, cooperation and concerted action, will evaluate the management of Cuba at the head of this body.

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